E-participation framework for peacebuilding
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Information Technology
College of Computer Studies
Armed conflict is a developmental problem in any, nation as it has numerous repercussions on the moral, economic and security structures of the society. In the Philippines, a four-decade war between the Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) continues to persist. Peace negotiations between the two parties have been put into place but there are gaps identified in ensuring the peoples accountability and sense of ownership of the peace process. Participatory development addresses these gaps and aims to encourage active cooperation of the various stakeholders in Lanao del Norte, Mindanao, Philippines through the conduct of peacebuilding activities, particularly community dialogues. This study attempts to explore avenues for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to enhance participatory development through the creation of an eParticipation framework. The processes in the community dialogues are identified and evaluated according to the criteria of eParticipation initiatives.
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Plaza, L. (2012). E-participation framework for peacebuilding. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/4268