February 15th, 2011
Information and Communications Technologies are powerful tools for shaping people’s everyday lives, but understandings of development differ and too often remain implicit and removed from participatory processes involving the intended users.
In this talk Dorothea Kleine — Lecturer in Development Geography at the UNESCO Chair/Centre in ICT4D at Royal Holloway, University of London — explores potential technological and process innovations which could lead to more participatory decision-making on policy and technology design — an area where all countries can be classified as “developing.”
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