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Digital transformation for cities and communities Webinar Series



The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), together with other organizations and UN agencies, are organizing a series of webinars on "Digital transformation for cities and communities" running from September 2021 through to December 2022.

With the objectives of investigating the expanding role of digital transformation in driving innovation, sustainable growth and inclusion as well as responding to crisis situations in cities and communities. With the pandemic accelerating the adoption of digital technologies in both public and private sectors, cities and communities need to revaluate their smart strategies in order to connect to the new priorities while limiting their exposure to recurring global challenges.

These webinars will discuss topics related to Digital transformation for cities and communities and their standardization. The goal of this initiative is to increase the collaboration with city stakeholders and it also aims to bring new knowledge which may contribute to ITU-T standardization activities. This will also be a channel to present to the community, the outcomes of ITU-T Study Group 20.

More information in 
TSB Circular 336​

Upcoming Episodes:

Past Episodes 2022The recordings of the sessions are available within each specfic event pagbelow

Past Episodes 2021The recordings of the sessions are available within each specfic event pagbelow

​​​​*Read the Key Highlights from the 2021 Webinar Series on Digital Transformation for Cities and Communities in the Outcome Document Here.

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this webinar series are those of the panelists and do not reflect the official policy or position of the ITU.​​​​​​​