Lazo Bozarov: ‘In technical terms, a great deal is already possible; our challenge lies in the culture.’
Lazo Bozarov (47) is employed as a local government information services manager. “Over the past few years, we have made considerable advances in municipal services. For example, it is now possible to easily report a Read more about 'Lazo Bozarov: ‘In technical terms, a great deal is already possible; our challenge lies in the culture.’'
Dicky Gingnagel (48) is a parking attendant in Amsterdam. “I have always struggled with reading and writing. I eventually went back to school when I was about 30. In the end that gave me a Read more about 'Dicky Gingnagel: ‘I often become lost on websites; I prefer to speak to counter staff.’'
Amal el Mahi: ‘To give children equal opportunities, we also need to focus attention on the parents.’
Amal el Mahi (28) is a teacher at a public primary school Het Schateiland in Gouda. “I have seen so much change in the six years I have been working here. Today, every child starting Read more about 'Amal el Mahi: ‘To give children equal opportunities, we also need to focus attention on the parents.’'
Prof. dr. Jeroen van den Hoven (60) is professor of technology and ethics at the University of Technology in Delft. “By taking privacy seriously, we are not making life easy for ourselves in Europe. However, Read more about 'Jeroen van den Hoven: “Digitalisation should be an opportunity for democracy rather than a threat.”'
Saskia du Bois-Schütz (36) is the founder and owner of consultancy and concept development agency i-Inspire, based in Delft. “Starting up my own business was really incredibly simple. Register with the Chamber of Commerce and Read more about 'Saskia du Bois-Schütz: “By making more data available, you can improve the business climate.”'
Dé Post (37) is the director of the logistics services provider H.N. Post & Zn in Pijnacker. “In the transport sector, many processes are still paper-based. Waybills and timesheets sometimes lie around untouched for weeks, Read more about 'Dé Post: “In theory it is just the touch of a button, but there is far more to it in practice.”'