Las Naciones Unidas y la Unión Inter-Parlamentaria acaban de publicar el Informe “World e-Parliament Report 2010”. El informe, pereparadp por el Centro Global para TIC en el Parlamento, tiene la intención de ayudar a las legislaturas a captar los beneficios potenciales de las TIC para su trabajo y establecer objetivos clave y prioridades para explotar este recurso valioso. Mientras presenta pruebas de la complejidad del e-parlamente, el informe sugiere formas de superar algunos de estos obstáculos al uso eficaz de la tecnología en un entorno parlamentario.
The findings presented in the World e-Parliament Report 2010 are based on the results of the Global Survey of ICT in Parliaments conducted by the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament between July and November 2009, to which 134 parliamentary assemblies responded.
The rapid growth of information and communication technologies (ICT) is changing not only the economic, social and political landscape around the world, but also the environment within which parliaments operate and it affects how they are perceived by the citizenry. In both developed and developing countries, parliaments are exploring ways to use technology to strengthen democracy and encourage political participation.
In 2008, the first edition of the World e-Parliament Report established a baseline of how parliaments were using ICT to help them fulfil their responsibilities and to connect to their constituencies. The World e-Parliament Report 2010 builds on that groundbreaking work and evaluates the progress accomplished by parliaments during the intervening two years in their efforts to use modern technologies to strengthen their institutional role. The 2010 Report further provides a methodology that can serve as a tool for parliaments to improve their performance in key areas of e-Parliament.
Fuente y PDF: ictparliament.com