Agenda of Thursday

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Thursday 4 July 2019
09.00 10.00
This lecture concentrates on how the Internet can enhance the public sphere with parallel emphasis on communication science that supports those who claim that an affinity exists between online interaction and the public sphere conception.
Mario Nottas, Executive Board Member, European Communication Institute, GR
10.00 11.00
This lecture presents a Cross-Border perspective towards the identification and of organisational, semantical and technical challenges for Data Exchange.
Thomas J. Lampoltshammer, Assistant Professor, Danube University Krems, AU
11.00 11.30
Coffee Break
11.30 13.00
Back to the Future: E-Democracy and the Hellenic Paradigm
This lecture analyses the assumption of freedom as the symbol of what democratic regimes should ensure to citizens, strengthens the influence of people who exclude planning from the legitimate scopes of government.
George Manolakos, Board Member, European Communication Institute, GR
13.00 14.00
14.00 15.30
This lecture will analyze the increasingly important topic of assessment and evaluation in e-government. Different models, methodologies and approaches will be presented.
Dimitris Sarantis, Researcher, United Nations University, PT
15.30 17.00
E-Government and sustainable development
How e-government plays an important role for implementing, follow-up and review of the progress made in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. How to align and integrate the 17 SDG to the e-government strategy.
Soumaya Ben Dhaou, Researcher, United Nations University, PT

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