It can allow the most fragile groups of citizens worldwide to become an integrated part of their economies and also raise the awareness of the target actors on the existing e-solutions, such as e-education, e-health, e-participation, e-services, etc. designed to make their everyday life better.
Citizens more and more rely on ICT sector in the interconnected world and the information which is delivered by the Information Society mechanisms.
Everyday progress in the field of ICTs creates a need to engage citizens more broadly and actively in its governance and policy-making processes.
To allow the inclusive development of our societies, it is crucial to not only increase the participation of vulnerable people* in the building process of Information Society, but also make their voice heard by stakeholders and policy-makers at different levels.
An Initiative of TaC - Together against Cybercrime International and its partners