Canada's role at the Global Knowledge 97 Conference & in the Global Knowledge Partnership: CD4-121/2001E-PDF
"This desk study is a contribution to a comprehensive review of CIDA’s performance in delivering Infrastructure Services. Like several others, it focuses on the effectiveness of CIDA’s policy dialogue in influencing the nature and impact of CIDA in a specific activity or project. In this case, it was the Global Knowledge 97 Conference, held in Toronto in June, 1997. Proposed by the World Bank, and with CIDA as a principal Canadian partner, the Conference highlighted the growing importance of information and communication technologies in enhancing developing countries’ access to information and knowledge. The study also assessed CIDA’s effectiveness in the continuing Global Knowledge Partnership, an information sharing and co-ordination group of some 40 development agencies, which was a chief outcome of GK97."--Executive Summary.
|Department/Agency||Canadian International Development Agency.|
|Title||Canada's role at the Global Knowledge 97 Conference & in the Global Knowledge Partnership|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Title from cover. Issued also in French under title: Étude du rôle du Canada à la Conférence sur le savoir mondial de juin 1997 et dans le cadre du Partenariat du savoir mondial.|
|Number of Pages|| p.|
|Subject Terms||Globalization, Infrastructures, Information management|
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