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ICT4Gov without “Local Gov”? Shortcomings for Youth Engagement

This post was originally published on Linda Raftree's Blog "Wait...What?"ICTs are increasingly being looked to as holding great promise for improving participatory governance and citizen engagement. Mobile phones have been a game-changer in this sphere, with nearly seven billion mobile-cellular subscriptions worldwide, including 89% penetration in the developing world.…See More
Feb 23, 2014
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Daniella has worked for over 15 years on issues of youth participation and engagement with the World Bank, UN agencies, NGOs and corporations worldwide. This has been combined with extensive experience in governance, municipal capacity building, ICT…
Feb 23, 2014
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Daniella has worked for over 15 years on issues of youth participation and engagement with the World Bank, UN agencies, NGOs and corporations worldwide. This has been combined with extensive experience in governance, municipal capacity building, ICT for development and peacebuilding. Among her current activities, she consults for UN-HABITAT where she is developing a policy and program framework on the intersection between ICTs, urban governance and youth. She is the lead author of a UN-HABITAT global study exploring how mobile technology can be used as a tool to enhance governance outcomes for young people. This work followed several consultancies with the World Bank where she managed youth-led development, municipal capacity building, governance and e-learning programs. Daniella's experience also includes peacebuilding and development work in the Middle East and post-conflict regions, as well as consulting for telecom and technology corporations.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you have direct and significant expertise
Africa, Middle East
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Independent Consultant
What are your main skills/expertise?
youth engagement, peacebuilding, municipal capacity building, ICT4D. Project development, partnership building, analysis and research, project management, writing and editing, resource mobilization, communications.
What are Your expertise areas/sectors when it comes to youth
Peacebuilding, Development, ICT, Democracy, Leadership
What are Your primary Skills, to compliment Your areas/sectors
Capacity Building, Fundraising, Grant Writing, Program Management, Program Design, Public Relations, Research, Training

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ICT4Gov without “Local Gov”? Shortcomings for Youth Engagement

Posted on February 23, 2014 at 10:53pm 0 Comments

This post was originally published on Linda Raftree's Blog "Wait...What?"

ICTs are increasingly being looked to as holding great promise for improving participatory governance and citizen engagement. Mobile phones have been a game-changer in this sphere, with nearly seven billion mobile-cellular subscriptions worldwide, including 89% penetration in the…

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At 10:03am on November 2, 2016, FRANK KWABENA said…


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