The second technical mission to the Parliament of Saint Lucia took place between 26 and 30 March. The mission was led by the National Project Officer of CARICAD supported by a Senior Parliamentary ICT Advisor of the Global Center. Thanks to the excellent follow up and organization of the Parliament of Saint Lucia the second mission was able to take place so quick after the first one (at the beginning of March).
República Dominicana: ONU apoyará al Senado para hacer más eficiente el uso de la tecnología de la información y comunicación
El presidente del Senado de la República Dominicana, Reinaldo Pared Pérez recibió este martes la visita de una delegación de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU), que tuvo como objetivo desarrollar un proyecto con fondos de la Unión Europea para hacer más eficiente el uso de la Tecnología de la informática.
- QUESTIONNAIRE : Choix technologiques pour la capture et la transcription des travaux parlementaires -
- Questionnaire on Technological Options for Capturing and Reporting Plenary and Committee Sessions in Parliament -
Questionnaire on Technological Options for Capturing and Reporting Plenary and Committee Sessions in Parliament
There is a general lack of knowledge regarding the range of technologies being used for capturing and reporting parliamentary proceedings; the benefits and drawbacks of each approach; the appropriateness of each technology in a specific context, taking into account differences in income level, language and culture among countries; and the opportunities for bi-lateral or multi-lateral cooperation that exist, regardless of the development level of each parliament.
A delegation of the Senate of the Republic of Uruguay was in Italy from 20 to 24 April 2009. They visited various places and institutions: the University of Bologna, the European University Institute in Florence, the Italian Senate and the Chamber of Deputies and, finally, the Global Center for ICT in Parliament in Rome.
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A delegation of the Iraqi Council of Representatives visited the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament and the Italian Parliament - Senate of the Republic and Chamber of Deputies - from 16 to 19 November 2008.
Within the framework of a visit to the Senate of Italy on 23 April 2008, a delegation from the Senate of the Kingdom of Cambodia, led by the Secretary-General, visited the Global Centre to learn more about the Centre's activities and to explore possible opportunities for future cooperation.
Visit of a delegation of the National Assembly of Vietnam to the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament
A delegation of the National Assembly of Vietnam headed by Mr Le Quang Vu, Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Office, visited the Global Centre for ICT in Parliament from 3 to 5 December in the framework of a study tour with focus on e-parliament.
As part of its activities to strengthen the capacity of parliamentary officials to harness Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the legislative process, the Global Centre for ICT Parliament placed six fellowships at the disposal of parliamentary officials from developing countries for a Study Tour in September 2007.