Digital Cooperation Survey
The Secretariat of the High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation has shared the Digital Cooperation Survey to interested persons to gather views on how to improve digital cooperation across sectors and regions.
The surveys comes after the widespread use of digital technologies across regions and disciplines. The preamble acknowledges that ‘digital technologies have enabled profound changes in societies around the world, empowering people, allowing them to communicate cheaply, and spurring new businesses’.
The survey calls participation from, individuals, governments, the private sector, civil society, international organizations, the technical and academic communities have been working together for some time to address issues in the digital space: we call this ‘digital cooperation’.
To access this survey follow this link https://digitalcooperation.org/survey/
The High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation was established by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres to advance a dialogue on strengthening international cooperation in the digital age.
The High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation was established to identify good examples and propose modalities for working cooperatively across sectors, disciplines and borders to address challenges in the digital age.
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