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The Seoul Program

 Since 2011, WeGO has been offering the popular "Seoul Program" -- an e-Government training program in partnership with the Seoul Human Resource Development Center -- in Seoul, Korea.  The Seoul Program consist of diverse lectures introducing best e-Government practices and policies, interactive discussion sessions, and site visits to e-Government facilities as well as cultural excursions.  


Topics of Previous Training Programs

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Archives

Title

Date

2011 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training

09/05/2011 ~ 09/09/2011

2012 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training (I)

05/29/2012 ~ 06/06/2012

2012 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training (II)

07/01/2012 ~ 07/07/2012

2013 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training

06/23/2013 ~ 06/30/2013

2014 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training

04/06/2014 ~ 04/13/2014

2015 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training

05/18/2015 ~ 05/22/2015

2016 WeGO Seoul e-Gov. Training

05/22/2016 ~ 05/29/2016

Testimonies of Former Participants of the Seoul Program

2011 e-Gov. Training

“For me, the WeGO program has been excellent because I had the opportunity to learn about many policies and initiatives that other cities have in e-government, and in particular see the progress that the city of Seoul has made in e-government in recent years. I also believe that this program is very useful for participants because it allows us to know and compare our e-government projects and best practices with other countries’ initiatives and learn from them,” said Ms. Melissa Ovalle Buenrostro, Chief of the E-Government Research Department, Mexico City.



2013 e-Gov.Training

“The lectures were very well structured and the lecturers always tried to raise the enthusiasm of the participants. The classes were very interactive and the short videos highlighted the practical aspects of the information presented. The schedule was carefully planned in a way that technical presentations were intercalated with cultural presentations. The field trips were also very interesting and helpful in order to understand better the way a metropolis such as Seoul is working,” said Ms. Mirela Minca, Head of International Program and Cooperation Service, Bucharest.

“On behalf of the Barcelona City Council and especially of Mrs. Merce Mestre, I would like to thank the WeGO Secretariat for the attention and hospitality we received during the last e-Government training. Mrs. Mestre had nothing but good things to say about the organization of the event, the quality of the presentations and the good atmosphere that was created between all the participants, which made this training for her an unforgettable experience, both personally and professionally”, said Mr. Santiago Nieva Giralt on behalf of Barcelona City Council.


"On behalf of my Omani colleague, I would like to thank the WeGO team and Seoul city for their excellent hospitality. We were lucky to have an amazing group that got along very well. Hope to see you one day in the near future in another event,” said Mr. Khalid AC Zadjali, Deputy Director General of Information System, Muscat.