A throwback to Tallinn e-Governance Conference 2018


Videos of all Main Track presentations and EU Partnership Track

Day 1

Opening remarks | H.E. Mrs Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia


Panel discussion: How to manage digital citizen-centric e-governance?


Beth Noveck: CrowdLaw – Open and Participatory Policymaking – 21st Century Governing or Democracy Theatre?


Guénaëlle Gault: Driving engagement with the connected citizens


Panel discussion: Challenges and opportunities of democracy in the digital era


Volodymyr Bondarenko, Peter Wagner: Ukraine reforms and European support


Kristina Reinsalu: e-Democracy in practice: models, tools, showcases


Raul Rikk: National Cyber Security Index 2.0


Oleksandr Danchenko, Oleksandr Ryzhenko, Mari Pedak: E-governance implementation in Ukraine: achievements and lessons learnt


Katrin Nyman-Metcalf: Human rights and digital freedom


Jana Krimpe, Fariz T. Jafarov: Estonia and Azerbaijan e-Government case study: scalability and proof of concept


Panel discussion: Cross-border eID and Trust Services between the EU and 3rd Countries


Day 2


Opening Remarks by Urve Palo, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology of Estonia

Panel discussion: International partnerships to build e-governance

“Staying Human in the Digital Age”


Niels Gotfredsen: Role of business in creating and supporting Digital Citizens


Kostas Loukas: Transforming Public Sector for the Digital Age?


Mihkel Solvak: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data analysis in e-Governance


Panel discussion “Are governments able to provide their citizens with what they need when it comes to citizen-centric e-services?”


Closing remarks by Hannes Astok, Deputy Director of e-Governance Academy

Who is the Conference for?

Government decision makers and strategists from countries implementing national e-Governance strategies,

Donor organisations supporting development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions

Companies developing e-Governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation

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