By John Afele
Globalization and international fairness are outfitted at the premise of peace. The reasons of many divisions and tensions in human groups lie within the imagined or actual achieve of economic or fabric resources of a few components of the neighborhood to be on the price of others. the worldwide group notwithstanding lacks transparent definitions and strategies of balance, even if political, fiscal, or social. electronic Bridges: constructing nations within the wisdom financial system presents perception into the tools and theories in the back of the globalization of knowledge applied sciences.
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Standards of Knowledge Communities 31 Dixon, G. (2001, June 16). The Stock, the shock, and an irate investor. A7: Tim Leslie was reacting to a radio broadcast concerning the huge second quarter loss that had been announced by Nortel Networks on June 15, 2001. S. dollars, the second largest quarterly loss by a Canadian firm at that time. Leslie, an airline pilot, had purchased 5,600 shares of the company, in stages, to the tune of 350,000 Canadian dollars, but the value had been reduced to 84,950 Canadian dollars as the company’s stock value fell.
SecretaryGeneral has also established an ICT Task Force that aims to find new and creative means to spread the benefits of the digital revolution. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with Accenture, and the Markle Foundation have also established the Digital Opportunity Initiative with the aim of identifying the roles that information and communication technologies can play in fostering sustainable economic development and enhancing social equity. The G8 nations have also begun identification of the manner in which they could participate in bridging the digital divide among nations: the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit of the G8 head of states in July 2000 (G8, 2000) created a Digital Opportunity Task Force (DOT Force) that would translate their Okinawa Charter on the Global Information Society into action.
Digital Bridges: Developing Countries in the Knowledge Economy by John Afele