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Children and young people
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Bilateral co-operation in ICT for education in Burundi
Understanding the ecology of computer lab installations in Burundian schools
Children, ICT and development
UNICEF commissioned the ICT4D Centre to conduct a study of best practice in ICT for children
mLearning in Kenya
Understanding how Kenyan girls use mobile phones to seek and obtain academic support
Commerce and governance
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Bridgi the digital divide between Northern consumers and Southern producers by using tracing technology to enhance Fair Trade
OKR in Albania
ICT systems for better governance in Albania
What conditions support effective e-government?
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What do people see as “ethical” purchases and what criteria do they want the state to use when making decisions on their behalf?
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International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development
IFIP 9.4 Conference
Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries
Choice Framework User Group Resources
The Choice Framework is the most comprehensive attempt to operationalize the Capabilities Approach for ICT4D
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The London 2012 Olympics as a drive for sustainable innovation
Investigating how the sustainability focus of mega-events such as the London 2012 Olympic Games can drive sustainable innovation
Technology and community
Community Information Centres in Ghana
How do ICTs improve the livelihoods of rural people in Ghana?
Cyberactivism in China
How is cyberactivism expanding the boundaries of public participation in China?
Families disconnected by prison
A scoping study in barriers to community engagement
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Green IT in a Digital Generation
Technology Innovation Hubs
People don't always expect technological innovations to happen in Sub-Saharan Africa, but new 'tech hubs' hope to change that impression...