Monday | 18 Dec 2017
Welcome to Digital Opportunity, the ‘all about ICT for Development’ channel, brought to you by OneWorld South Asia that informs on digital inclusion, showcases best practices in the sector and provides space for sharing and collaboration amongst ICT for D practitioners.
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26-08-2009 Indian police need training in technology crime investigations, says FICCI IT head Vijay Mukhi. He also calls for tighter regulations in reporting frauds for the sake of transparent corporate governance.
Image Credits: Vijay Mukhi/ Google images
20-08-2009 As social networking sites such as Facebook, Myspace and Twitter make freedom of speech a reality worldwide, Paul Mwangi Maina from Fahamu Kenya considers its potential impacts on participation in democracy in Africa and beyond.
30-07-2009 Michel Bauwens, founder of the Peer to Peer Foundation, talks about the Free Software and Wikipedia movements as pointers to a genuine change in the way we think, create and distribute goods.
Image Credits: Michel Bauwens/ Photo credit: InfoChange India
20-07-2009 Jianggan Li, Assistant Editor of FutureGov blogs on why Second Life failed as a citizen outreach tool in Asia.
Image Credits: Jianggan Li/ Photo credit: FutureGov
13-07-2009 Nduhura Dominique, Director of NUR School of Journalism and Communication, explains how Radio Salus of the National University of Rwanda has contributed to media capacity building, and enhanced and diversified radio programming in the whole country.
Radio Salus in Rwanda2
Image Credits: UNESCO / Léonidas Ndayisaba, first blind radio journalist in Rwanda
10-07-2009 Jane Thomson, MD, Softworx, highlights the importance of flexible software applications that are “built to change” to evolve along with the dynamic businesses they serve.
Jane Thomson
Image Credits: IT News Africa / Jane Thomson
23-06-2009 In an interview with e-Gov magazine, Microsoft India's Rajan Anandan speaks about the company's focus on promoting innovations and special programs for digital inclusion in India.
Rajan Anandan
Image Credits: eGov / Rajan Anandan
12-06-2009 APCNews talks to Noah Lusaka, programme manager at Arid Lands Information Network (ALIN) to find out more about “Cybercafes in a container” that is changing the lives of Maasai men and women in rural Kenya.
Cybercafé in a container1
Image Credits: APC / Maarifa centre in Kenya
09-06-2009 Compulsory licensing of clean technologies will only be needed if developed countries duck UNFCCC obligations, says Dalindyebo Shabalala.
clean technology transfer
Image Credits: Flickr/Spacing Magazine / Developing countries need 'clean technologies', such as micro-wind energy, to combat climate change
01-06-2009 Dr Paul Twomey, president of the internet admin body Icann, talks about the net's potential for change.
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Image Credits: BBC / The net offers hope in a time of turmoil
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» ITU Green Standards Week
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