Foresight Democracy aims to promote and highlight innovation to improve democracy. The event creates a platform for digital democracy influencers and thought leaders to promote their ideas, experiences and visions for the future.
The event also provides an opportunity for digital platforms to raise awareness through highlighting and educating the positive impact their platforms can have within democracy alongside helping governments understand and benefit from numerous apps, platforms and websites.
Developing digital skills and knowledge will enable policymakers, governments and political parties to rebuild trust in democracy through developing, implementing and maintaining digital tools.
GOVERNMENTS & POLICYMAKERS
INFORMATION AND DIGITAL DEPARTMENTS
Digital technology can ensure our governments become more reflective, accurate and engaging when representing citizens through utilising and embracing innovation. However, combining digital technology with democratic processes has advanced slowly when comparing its integration across many other aspects of life and business.
This webinar seeks to explore the latest digital tools to revolutionise today's statistical strategy. The episode will be evaluating the different applications available across the full spectrum of data governance management such as Big Data, Data Governance/Cyber Security, Comprehensive Management, Satellite Imagery, Data Intelligence and Cloud Solutions.
Digital technology can ensure our governments become more reflective, accurate and engaging when representing citizens through utilising and embracing innovation. The “Advancing Digital Democracy” webinar aims accelerate digital integration into our political and governance processes and promote effective policy
and strategy to achieve these goals.
Promoting and accelerating the use of technological communications devices to provide public services to citizens and other persons in a country or region. This webinar episode offers new opportunities for more direct and convenient citizen access to government, and for government provision of services directly to citizens.
The growing challenges democracies face in managing the complex dimensions of cybersecurity have become a defining domestic and foreign policy issue with direct implications for human rights and the democratic health of nations. The progressive digitisation of nearly all facets of society and the inherent transborder nature of the internet raise a host of difficult problems when public and private information online is subject to manipulation, hacking, and theft.
Ensuring the circulation of accurate and authoritative information is essential to delivering a democratic, fair and just society. Misleading citizens can lead to extremism and instability and therefore it is vital we take the necessary steps to circulating authoritative and accurate information whilst maintaining freedom of speech.
Cities of the future need impactful, long-term investments along with the right expertise. Superficial, short-term fixes will no longer suffice. This requires a deeper, broader approach to technology—one that fuels innovation and provides scalability to address future demands.