GovInsider Live - ASEAN (Digital)
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Welcome Remarks and Keynote
Welcome remarks by Mr Adrian Sng, Director, GovInsider.
Opening Keynote by Mr Vincenzo Aquaro who will share his insights about the future of digital government and shed light on how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can guide us towards a hybrid digital future where no one is left behind. Additionally, he'll be sharing the latest findings about e-government development in ASEAN countries.
Enter Society 5.0: Sustainable, inclusive, digital
This session will invite policymakers to explore what Society 5.0 will look like in their respective countries, the challenges that lie in their way, and uncover the steps that governments need to take to transition from Industry 4.0 to Society 5.0.
Building a climate-resilient ASEAN
As one of the most productive agricultural baskets in the world, ASEAN countries need to adapt quickly and appropriately to rising climate threats. Existing ASEAN policies and frameworks, in particular the ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response Work Programme 2021–2025, provides concrete entry points for advancing anticipatory action and offer opportunities for further alignment and integration within disaster risk management systems. This panel will explore how data, research, policy will come together to address the imminent climate risks that ASEAN will face.
Cyber cooperation: Key to a successful cyber strategy
What can other countries in the region learn from Malaysia's example, and what strategies has the country employed to maintain a strong cybersecurity posture? This session will gather cybersecurity leaders to discuss how to enact a successful cyber cooperation strategy and the path forward for cyber cooperation in ASEAN.
A just transition into digitally enabled workforce
An undercurrent of this digital talent gap is the inefficacies of the education sector that focus on reskilling employees by a “just-in-time” model. Additionally, women’s participation in the digital economy has been found to lag behind, leaving men and larger corporations to dominate the industry. This panel will explore ways in which the region can enhance the exchange of knowledge, adapt its education sector, and find new indicators to monitor ASEAN’s digital economy in order to address the digital divide in the region so that nobody gets left behind.
Government superapps: potentials and pathways
Can Super Apps be the key to solving the problem of overabundant apps, and how do we ensure they remain effective? This panel will gather digital government leaders and experts to discuss the role super apps and life apps can play in driving digital public services and consolidating numerous apps.
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