Eastern Partnership E-democracy and Cyberspace Situation Review: Ukraine and Georgia demonstrate surprisingly strong results

E-governance Academy has completed its largest ever study on Eastern Partnership countries’ safety of information society and e-democracy. The study found that Ukraine and Georgia demonstrate the highest development in this field. According to authors, the enthusiasm-based cooperation of civil society and IT industry in Ukraine can serve as a role model also for Estonia.
The Situation Review of Eastern Partnership countries provides an overview of the safety and security of cyberspace and also e-democracy’s current state-of-affairs in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. The Review highlights best practices from these countries and provides concrete policy recommendations for increasing safety and security in their cyberspace and further developing e-democracy initiatives.
Full report can be found here.

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