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Estonia Digital Divide and Ways of Bridging It

Tarmo Kalvet, program director, PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies, Estonia AS Emor and the PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies have recently carried out a thorough analysis of people in Estonia who use the Internet seldom or not at all. Recommendations were developed on the basis of the study, which was initiated, financed and carried out in partnership with the Open Estonia Foundation, the State Chancellery and the Look@World Foundation. Some financing came from the IBRD infoDev Program. The study [1] is available at www.oef.org.ee in Estonian, English and Russian.

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Mari Kalkun, researcher, AS Emor, Estonia
Tarmo Kalvet, program director, PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies, Estonia

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