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Enabling Openness: The future of the information society in Latin America and the Caribbean builds on the April 2013 seminar on open development in LAC.

Connecting ICT4D experience in LAC to the new Open Development environment

Open Development refers to development processes

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A new literacy for development

Dr. Jesus Lau

Information competences are vital for any country aiming to achieve socio-economic development

From ICT4D to Internet Governance: Where are we in the region?

the region has matured in structuring the reflection

Internet, Openness and the future of the Information Society in LAC

The internet has emerged as

Citizen participation in the age of the information society

different perspectives, the government/citizens

The origins of the ICT4D agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean

internet connection initiatives for development emerged...

ICT and Environment: a growing priority for IDRC in LAC

development work at the national level on the environment dates back to

Press Release: Meeting in Montevideo explores “Open Development” and the future of the information society in Latin America and the Caribbean

Videos: Voices of the Region

interviews with attendees at the Open Development event

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Information competences are vital for any country aiming to achieve socio-economic development

the region has matured in structuring the reflection

different perspectives, the government/citizens

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Enabling Openness: The future of the information society in Latin America and the Caribbean builds on the April 2013 seminar on open development in LAC.

Enabling Openness cover image

interviews with attendees at the Open Development event

complete recordings of the sessions of the event Open Development

Why a focus on Open Development in Knowledge Societies?

Catarse came to the world as a reflection of the wishes

exponential growth of the Internet has been transforming our economy

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