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Knowledge for Development Policy Workshops and Forums

K4D Policy Forum: LAC Region, 2002

A policy forum on Using Knowledge for Development was conducted for participants from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico in Monterrey, Mexico, from June 3-7, 2002. The forum was organized in partnership with the Tec de Monterrey and in collaboration with the British Council  and the OECD. To learn more about the forum , please click on the following links.....

K4D Policy Workshop: Africa, 2002

A policy workshop was organized from May 13-September 23, 2002 for policy makers and opinion formers as well as representatives from the private sector, academia, and civil society. The sessions were designed to foster a dialogue among policymakers and other interested stakeholders from Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda on ways in which knowledge and ICTs can be effectively leveraged for greater economic and social development. The sessions were structured around the following four 'pillars' of the knowledge economy: an economic incentive and institutional regime; an educated and skilled population; a dynamic information infrastructure; and an efficient innovation system. Click here for Background and Summary of Sessions. *To enter the K4D website dedicated to this forum, enter here; please note: (login and password: K4D) or sign-in as a visitor.

K4D Policy Forum: Brazil, China, and India, 2001

A policy forum for high level policymakers and representatives from the private sector and civil society from Brazil, China, and India was held from March 19-25, 2001 in Wilton Park, U.K. For details about the course see the rapporteur's report  (PDF, 108Kb), and the course brochure  (PDF, 144Kb), program  (PDF, 31Kb), and list of participants  (PDF, 24Kb). All are available as PDF files.


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