Thabo

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Dear Friends, right now we have around 27 member states in our European Union and probably even more different softwares for administration in all the different national and supranational institutions, with a lot of effort in working together most efficiently with sending documents, verifying, signing, giving it trhough the different hierarchies and everything very intransparent. The idea is to create one hollistic administration software to digitalise the whole administrative software, making it absolutely transparent be it for succesors, supervisors, researchers or the public, being absolutely secure to stop fraud and corruption. The magic word is blockchain, which is made possible through the assumed many different big servers in European capitals. The bockchain technology is said to be not to hack and through the whole digitalisation there is no possibility to commit corruption or fraud through e.g. manipulatng a stamp. The clerks will no longer need to match two documents by eye or to print and sign and scan and upload, everything can be done by one click, which is compatible in the whole of Europe. A unified system would not only generate a more efficient and secure administration, but also a path dependency which makes the advantages of the EU already evident on a pure practical level and makes the lived Europe more visible. The details of blockchain are a little technical, but as this was introduced to me for the purpose of making the administration of an African country more transparent and efficient I developed thousand ideas of how else to use it. This technology is truly reforming when not even revolutionary and yields endless possiblities. It would be great if we could together think further and elaborate more possibilities, especially if there is an expert on IT, administration and blockchain. Greetings from Bonn, Thabo

6 months, 2 weeks ago in Digital Europe
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Dear Friends, institutional and economic weaknesses, as well as insecurity and social tensions in some African countries are the cause for migration, famine and war. As socialists it is our duty to show international solidarity and help the suffering and prevent humanitarian tragedies. Fairly enough, we have already development aid and economic cooperation with poor African countries mainly on the level of the nation-state. but all the individual approaches can never achieve the same results as a joint one, such that there is the possibility for more efficient and effective work. We need to coordinate the individual action of the nation-states on a European level to use the individual expertise and experience. In a joint course of action every donor can specialise on one domain of aid and in cooperating, exchange and coordinating a holistic, integrated and sustainable approch to development can be ensured. The idea is that the individual donors totally give up their individual approaches and admit to the EU, which creates an agency that is capable and has the mandate to offer a forum and to canalise the efforts of all individual EU members. AS a matter of course we have to wipe away individual political and economic interest, to serve only the local people effectively and most sustainably. We need to be in permanent exchange with non-European donors, international organisations, international and local NGO, officials of the concerned national, regional and local governments and most importantly with the people themselves. The aid and economic cooperation needs to be economically and environmentally sustainable and, again, integrated in a national and regional hollistic approach with all other donors. There is much more to say about concepts of development and how to coordinate the individual members, but I hope one could ontinue the dabate in the comments or at the conference. Greetings from Bonn, Thabo

6 months, 2 weeks ago in Africa
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