E-gov course for parliamentarians of the Yangon Regional Hluttaw

Posted on June 24, 2016  /  0 Comments

Over 80 sitting MPs of the Yangon Regional Hluttaw participated in a two day course on e-government organized by LIRNEasia and MIDO. The course took place on 22 and 23 June within the parliamentary premises and saw the participation of representatives from National League for Democracy (NLD), the Military and  Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP).

Rohan Samarajiva and Helani Galpaya of LIRNEasia, Pranesh Prakash of CIS and Htaike Htaike Aung and Yatanar Htun of MIDO made presentations to the MPs over the two days. The presentations were well received and lively discussions followed. Many MPs also visited the digital security clinic for one to one consultations on how they could secure their social media accounts.

The slides can be accessed in the links given below:
Day 1
Significance of ICTs for a regional legislature: Rohan Samarajiva
Stories from the field: What do Myanmar people do with ICTs?: Helani Galpaya
Improving government-service delivery: Rohan Samarajiva

Day 2
Does mobile use make us sick: Rohan Samarajiva
Open source and security issues: Pranesh Prakash
What can be done with apps?: Htaike Htaike Aung and Yatanar Htun
How to measure progress: Helani Galpaya


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