Events archive 2004

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February

The Future of the UK E-Government

Tuesday 17 February 2004
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House map|
Speaker: Andrew Pinder
Chair: Professor Robin Mansell

Andrew Pinder, the government's e-Envoy, coordinates strategy to get the UK online, ensuring e-access and training, galvanising UK business and driving the e-agenda through government.  He will speak about his vision of the future of e-government in the UK.

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first serve basis. 

For more information, email events@lse.ac.uk , or phone 0207 955 6043. |, or phone 0207 955 6043.

Theoretical Elegance: Telecommunications Regulation in Europe

Monday 16 February 2004
Time: 12:30pm
Venue: Room V710 (Tower 2) map|
Speaker: Ewan Sutherland

Ewan Sutherland is the Executive Director of INTUG, the International Telecommunications Users Group (INTUG), based in Brussels. He took up this post in August 1999, prior to which he had been an individual member of INTUG for ten years. He spent fifteen years as an academic, latterly a dean in the University of Wales. He has taught at the Universities of Wolverhampton, Westminster, Stirling and Wales, plus a semester as a visiting professorial lecturer at Georgetown University (Washington, DC). His teaching has concentrated on the strategic and policy aspects of business use of telecommunications and information technology. Ewan is a graduate of the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde, both in his native city of Glasgow, Scotland. He has presented papers at ITU, OECD, APECTEL, ITS, PTC, TPRC and a range of regulatory authorities, telecommunications conferences and universities in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa.


July

Launch of the 'UK Children Go Online' report

Thursday 22 July 2004
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Atrium, Student Services, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Sonia Livingstone, LSE

This event will mark the launch of a report, UK Children Go Online, presenting the first findings from a major new UK-wide survey on children's use of the internet.

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