Does e-governance in the Philippines really mean ‘e-inclusion’?

Blog | April 25, 2016 | Vivien Suerte-Cortez

More and more, governments around the world are using the internet to become more open, inclusive and responsive. They spend significant amounts of money in designing and developing new, technology-enabled systems to reach out to ordinary people and get them involved in governance processes.

The principle is that 'e-governance' is open, inclusive, available to everyone.

But does e-governance live up to the hype?

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