We are delighted to announce that ICTD2017 will take place in November, 2017, in Lahore, Pakistan! For more information, see http://ictd2017.itu.edu.pk/.
The 2016 World Development Report: Digital Dividends, published by the World Bank, and about which keynote speaker Deepak Mishra presented, is available as a free download here: http://www.worldbank.org/en/publication/wdr2016.
Two print copies of the report are available at the conference registration desk for participants to browse.
Register right away for early registration rates, which end April 30. On May 1, registration rates will increase.
We also recommend that you book accommodations as soon as possible. The area near the conference venue has limited rooms. Conference-related holds on rooms will be released end of April or early May.
Registration is now open for the Eighth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD2016): https://ictd2016.info/registration.
ICTD2016 features an exciting program with 26 Papers presented in plenary sessions, 36 Notes presented as posters, 32 interactive Open Sessions, and two incredible keynotes: Deepak Mishra is co-director of the World Bank’s 2016 World Development Report: Digital Dividends; and Tererai Trent is the Drexel University global health professor featured in “Half the Sky” who began her adult life as a rural Zimbabwean mother of three with no formal education.
The conference schedule is available at https://ictd2016.info/schedule/.
Recommendations for accommodations, with discounted rates are available at https://ictd2016.info/accommodations/. (Book early, as the rooms being held will be released in late April / early May.)
Early registration will close on April 30, so register early! (Note also that standard registration will end on May 30, several days before the conference; on-site registration is extremely expensive, so we encourage you to register in advance.)
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