The relationship between elected representatives, citizens, civil society and political authorities is evolving. While traditional linkages between citizens and politicians are weakening, e‑tools, including Internet, social media sites and open data, can help mobilise voters, increase citizen participation in new and different ways to improve public service delivery, foster innovation and economic growth, and strengthen democracy.
The Governance Committee is responsible for legal and political issues regarding e-democracy and e-governance. In particular it considers questions related to the impact of the increasing use of e-media on the work of political representatives at local and regional levels, the use and re-use of open data and the development of smart cities.
- E-Government tools and practices at local level in Ukraine
- Seminar 'Deepening democracy with e-media'
- Martin FODOR: “We need to ensure the citizens remain at the heart of the smart cities”
- Launching of a website and video clip to promote intercultural and interreligious dialogue at local and regional level
- AER will co-operate with the Congress on the Council of Europe Internet Governance Strategy 2016-2019