WSIS Policy Briefs published

During the past few weeks I have had the pleasure of working with several members of our GLOSS WSIS 2019 team on their blogs and policy briefs. These are detailed below:

Policy Briefs:

Baskaradas, E., and Reilly, P. (2019) In search of a gender-balanced approach towards Smart Cities 3.0, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 25 April.

Baskett, V. and Reilly, P. (2019) Educational Digital Divides: addressing English  monolingualism within academic research, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 23 April.

Kisbee-Batho, R. and Reilly, P. (2019) Legal identity as a barrier to digital connectivity for refugees, Global Policy Opinion, 22 April.

Pinney, M. and Reilly, P. (2019) e-Agriculture: coordinating fields to save the environment, Policy Brief, Global Policy, 16 April.

Blogs

Reilly, P. (2019) WSIS 2019 Panel ‘ICTs in the University Environment (Part 2), Global Policy Opinion, 25 April.

Reilly, P. (2019) WSIS 2019 Panel ‘ICTs in the University Environment (Part 1), Global Policy Opinion, 24 April.

Reilly, P. (2019) Antidote or Placebo? Digital literacy and the global fight against ‘fake news,‘ Global Policy Opinion, 17 April.

Kirby, D., Pinney, M., & Reilly, P. (2019) VeganCoin: new kid on the block(chain),Global Policy Opinion, 11 April.

Baskett, V., Heminway, R., & Reilly, P. (2019) Making academia an open book? Bibliodiversity and open publishing, Global Policy Opinion, 10 April.

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