The 2023 e-Governance Conference, entitled “Digital Innovation as a Catalyst for Social Change”, will be held on May 30-31 in Tallinn, and will be webcast live. E-government and digital development strategists, experts, practitioners, and financiers from over 70 countries will participate in this year’s event.
This year’s e-Governance Conference also marks 20 years of work for eGA in developing digital societies. During this time, in cooperation with many Estonian and international organisations, eGA has carried out over 300 cooperation projects, involving more than 280 organisations in 141 different countries/regions. The experience gained from this history inspired the theme of this year’s conference, which will focus on a more effective application of digital innovation that develops and benefits entire societies.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the e-Governance Academy (eGA), and the Estonian Centre for International Development (ESTDEV) signed a tripartite agreement to co-organise the e-Governance Conference for the next three years, from 2023–2025.
Through this agreement, the tripartite aspires to deepen the conversation on Estonia’s foreign policy goals, including development cooperation topics, to increase Estonia’s visibility among target countries and partner organisations and to highlight our value as a donor country.