International Women’s Day (March 8) is here. The global celebration of women resistance and achievements in all areas of life (social, economic, cultural and political) is an annual opportunity to engage and be part of the efforts to promote gender
There is no doubt that technology itself can have a hugely positive impact in developing democracies.
The Bulgarian Parliament approved the creation of a state agency for the regulation of electronic voting. The Electronic Government Agency will be tasked with implementing electoral technology projects and the coordination of national policies which adhere to the best practices
The Students Union election at the Federal University of Technology in Akure, Nigeria, took a new dimension this year with the adoption of an e-voting system.
Social networks have allowed citizens to become activists and increase their political participation. Nowadays, candidates have great incentives to engage voters online, and induce them become active campaigners in social media.
Information Communication Technology (ICT) has been widely adopted by private enterprises in most countries. Yet the public sector is, generally speaking, lagging behind.However, South Korea has recently become a test bed for many information technology tools, particularly in the e-government