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Inclusive eGovernment – Sustainable Services for Socially Excluded People

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Location: Belgium
Date: 23 February 2009

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Final event of the Study on Multi-channel Delivery Strategies and Sustainable Business Models for Public Services Addressing Socially Disadvantaged Groups (the MC-eGov Study)

OBJECTIVES
To present the main findings the study for discussion and validation, including:
- Research evidence supporting the validity and significa...Final event of the Study on Multi-channel Delivery Strategies and Sustainable Business Models for Public Services Addressing Socially Disadvantaged Groups (the MC-eGov Study)

OBJECTIVES
To present the main findings the study for discussion and validation, including:
- Research evidence supporting the validity and significance of Inclusive eGovernment approaches;
- A practical framework for understanding and applying Inclusive eGovernment, and to help identify the components and key steps necessary to move forward;
- Case study material to illustrate Inclusive eGovernment approaches in action;
- Conclusions of the study concerning a “sustainable network value” paradigm for Inclusive eGovernment

TARGET AUDIENCE
The study outputs are primarily aimed at the decision-makers who are involved in building and delivering service portfolios aimed at socially excluded groups.

The intention is to inform this important group about the practical experiences from around the EU. At the outset this can even mean gaining a wider understanding of what is regarded as social exclusion in other member states: for example there are widely differing approaches to addressing the needs of excluded people with cognitive disabilities, or even to consider cognitive impairment as a disability.

At a secondary level the audience comprises those who are involved in some form of partnership with government to deliver services to socially excluded groups. This primarily involves organisations in the Third Sector which are non-profit and non-governmental , and Social Enterprises, where profit can be generate, but where the profit is not paid to external shareholders but is redistributed back into the core activities .

More information at the Inclusive eGovernment Forum

REGISTRATION
Registration to this event is free of charge. Online registration is a statement of interest to participate in the workshop. Confirmation of obtaining a place will be sent by e-mail. If you are not an ePractice member, before signing up for the workshop you need to register.

Agenda

see PDF document below

How to get there

Address:
DG Information Society and Media
Beaulieu BU33 0/54
Brussels
Speakers
Speakers
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    Michael Blakemore

    IDRA Ltd, and University of Durham
    United Kingdom
    Member since: 4 Jun 2007
  • Member since: 1 Jan 1970
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    Frank Wilson

    Interaction Design
    United Kingdom
    Member since: 27 Apr 2007
  • tomas.sabol@tuke.sk's picture

    Tomas Sabol

    Technical University of Kosice
    Slovakia
    Member since: 9 Jul 2003
  • hzh.inf@cbs.dk's picture

    Helle Zinner Henriksen

    Copenhagen Business School
    Denmark
    Member since: 23 Dec 2003
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    Rasa Juciute

    Ecotec
    United Kingdom
    Member since: 18 Feb 2008

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