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  • Can ICTs Improve Democracy and Governance in Myanmar?

    Washington DC | By on September 3, 2014 | Comments Off on Can ICTs Improve Democracy and Governance in Myanmar?

    Internet access, in particular via mobile technology, gives citizens a medium through which to exercise their political voice. It can be used to challenge preexisting power systems and is a potential game-changer in countries with undemocratic regimes. As we’ve seen with the Arab Spring, citizens can use Internet tools to place the fates of governments…

  • 10 Tips on Using New ICTs for Qualitative Monitoring and Evaluation

    New York | By on October 24, 2012 | Comments Off on 10 Tips on Using New ICTs for Qualitative Monitoring and Evaluation

    At the October Technology Salon NYC, we focused on ways that ICTs can be used for qualitative monitoring and evaluation (M&E) efforts that aim to listen better to those who are participating in development programs. Our lead discussants were: John Hecklinger, Global Giving; Ian Thorpe, UNDOC and Beyond 2015 Campaign; and Emily Jacobi, Digital Democracy….