Today a week-long study training started during which eGA will host 22 high-level officials and representatives of Institute from Georgia, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine.
This training focuses on e-Government initiatives and legislative initiatives designed to make government information and services more widely accessible and transparent to citizens. During this week, delegates will visit Parliament, Government Office as well as authorities that are providing public services. The representatives of NGO will also introduce the Estonian best practices for political participation and civic initiatives.
The training is provided in cooperation with e-Governance Academy and International Republican Institute (IRI).