It was our pleasure to host you together with 900 participants at the 8th e-Governance Conference in Tallinn and online! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
The videos of all sessions are available for re-watching on the conference website HERE and presentations are available HERE.
The highlights of the conference are summed up to a blog “Five takeaways from the e-Governance Conference 2022”
The photos are available on the website. While using them please credit Raigo Pajula and the e-Governance Conference and tag on social media #egov2022.
We would love to hear about your experience with our Conference. Please fill out the brief feedback form by 20 May to help us improve the e-Governance Conference for next year.
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Thank you for coming or following us online! We look forward to hosting you again at the e-Governance Conference 2023 in Tallinn!
The e-Governance Conference is organized by the e-Governance Academy (eGA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia in collaboration with international donors and organizations. This year, the Conference is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications of Estonia, the city of Tallinn, GovStack, Intel, Microsoft, OVHCloud, ITL Cluster, and SecDev.