Briefing Note in Russian on "ИКТ для управления рисками стихийных бедствий" (ICT for Disaster Risk Management)
31st Dec 2020
Серия информационных записок направлена на предоставление краткой информации по ключевым вопросам ИКТР для политиков и облегчение их понимания потенциала ИКТ при формулировании политики и программ национального развития. В самой последней информационной записке основное внимание уделяется соображениям политики, взятым из " ИКТ для управления рисками стихийных бедствий »модуль Академии.
31st Dec 2020
Информационно Коммуникационные Технологии (ИКТ) обладают огромным потенциалом в управлении риска бедствии благодаря скорому и стабильному потоку информации. Развитие ИКТ дало возможность использовать полученные данные и информации на всех ключевых фазах цикла УРСБ. Этот модуль создан для политиков и государственных служащих на национальном и местном уровнях управления, которые отвечают за…
25th Sep 2020
This module provides an overview of the intersections between Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), drawing attention to the various dimensions and sectors in which ICTs can provide valuable support through national governments’ policies, plans and programmes. By exploring case studies of ICT applications in key sectors of development from…
26th Aug 2020
The Briefing Note Series aims to provide at-a-glance information of key ICTD issues for policymakers, and facilitate their understanding of the potential of ICT when formulating national development policies and programmes.The most recent Briefing Note focuses on policy considerations drawn from the "ICT for Disaster Risk Management" Academy module.
26th Aug 2020
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have tremendous potential in disaster risk reduction due to their ability to facilitate the rapid flow of information instantly and continuously, in real-time. The use of ICTs in all phases of the disaster risk management cycle presents substantial opportunities to reduce disaster risks, enhance resilience, and facilitate inclusive preparedness…
22nd Jul 2020
The Briefing Note Series aims to provide at-a-glance information of key ICTD issues for policymakers, and facilitate their understanding of the potential of ICT when formulating national development policies and programmes.This Briefing Note focuses on policy considerations drawn from the "Social Media, Development and Governance" Academy module.
1st Jul 2020
The rapid growth of social media has been influencing people worldwide in various aspects, be they social, economic, cultural or political. Against the backdrop of the global spread of social media, this Module, designed for government officials and policymakers, introduces the concept of social media; discusses the relationship between social media and society; examines the role social media…
1st Jul 2020
People have become more reliant on the availability of open government data (OGD) for their everyday lives. More countries have recognized that the OGD is of the essence not only in enhancing public service and living standard, but also in spurring national growth and development. To make the most of the opportunities and benefits derived from OGD, how can governments secure their long-term…
22nd Jun 2020
Recognizing Incheon Metropolitan City as one of the world’s leading smart cities, this Case Study delves into its Smart City Integrated Platform and illustrates the good practices of its Smart City infrastructure and services, followed by a review of its performance and challenges. On the whole, it provides perceptive insights into the development and utilization of a smart city as the solution…
5th Feb 2020
The objective of this module is to inform policymakers and support their policymaking skills with gender-related knowledge to create an enabling environment for ICT-empowered women entrepreneurs. It is based on the WIFI Policymakers Module on "An Enabling Environment for Women Entrepreneurs". The contents, cases and examples were contextualized and specifically designed for Nepal.