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eGovernment Forschung seit 2001 | eGovernment Research since 2001

Arabische Länder / Arab countries

  • Internet users in Arab world to reach 197 million by 2017

    The number of Internet users in the Arab world is expected to reach 197 million by 2017, a penetration of over 51 percent from 32 percent in 2012, according to the first ever Arab Knowledge Economy Report 2014.

    The report is a joint study done by Madar Research & Development and Orient Planet with an aim to research and examine the components and characteristics of the Arab Knowledge Economy and its contribution towards the overall development of the region’s economy.

  • The Arab world: E-Content for a Networked Society

    The Arab world continues to increase its global influence, and its many visionary organizations, government entities and individuals are working towards showcasing their views, talents and services online.

    Three organizations in Qatar are showing that the digital gap in e-content can be closed and quality online content can inform, educate and engage those in the Arab region and connect them to the rest of the world.

  • Three Websites from Qatar Receive Arab e-Content Award

    ictQATAR Nominated Sites Illustrate Progress Towards Improved Local e-Content

    Qtel, Al Jazeera and the Doha Debates were all recognized for their impressive websites as recipients of the 2009 Arab e-Content Awards at an awards ceremony held in Bahrain yesterday. The Arab e-Content Awards recognize quality e-content and promote creativity and innovation in the development of new media applications in the Arab World.

  • Towards Information Society - National e-Strategies in the Arab World

    The Arab economies show varying stages of development in their evolution towards the Information Society, says a new report from the Geneva-based International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

    The report, National e-Strategies for Development Global Status and Perspectives 2010, highlights the varying stages of development in the adoption of ICT across the Arab World.

  • Working Group starts to create action plan for Good Governance in Arab countries

    The second global Working Group on 'Good Governance for Development in Arab Countries' convened in Dubai today to work out the standard approach to 'E-Government and Administrative Simplification' across the Arab World.

    The Dubai School of Government is hosting the two-day forum in co-operation with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and supported by the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP).

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