Digital governance is the central challenge facing governing institutions and societies in the coming decades where no one owns information, power is dispersed and authority and accountability need to be re-conceived.

Identified through broad based cross-sector engagement via applied research, literature reviews, dialogues, workshops and discussion fora, the Digital Governance Partnership’s three emerging challenge areas are:

Challenge 1: How Can We Build an Innovative and Resilient Public Sector for the Digital Age?

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Challenge 2: How Can We Further the Evolution of Westminster Institutions for the Digital Age?

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Challenge 3: How Can Collaborate Across Boundaries to Improve Governance in the Digital Age?

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*This research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.