UNU-EGOV has recently appointed three international Fellows:
- Kenneth Bagarukayo – Commissioner, Information Management, Ministry of ICT, Uganda joined UNU-EGOV as Government Fellow;
- Jun Cheng – Secretary General of the Professional Technical Committee at the Beijing Information Resources Management Center, China joined UNU-EGOV as Government Fellow; and
- Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen – Researcher and PhD student at the Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance, formerly head of section within the Danish Agency for Digitization, joined UNU-EGOV as Academic Fellow.
In particular Kenneth Bagarukayo and Jun Cheng have been appointed as joint UNESCO/IFAP and UNU-EGOV Fellows in relation to the Knowledge Societies Policy Handbook project funded by UNESCO/IFAP and jointly implemented by both organizations.
The Fellows will contribute to the core-funded projects on EGOV for Administrative Burden Reducation and EGOV for Context-Specific Public Service Delivery, and to UNESCO-funded project on Knowledge Societies Policy Handbook.
From left to right: Kenneth Bagarukayo, Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen, Jun Cheng, and Tomasz Janowski