The Internet governance from a Bangladeshi perspective

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil
Reza Salim from the Bangladesh Friendship Education Society (BFES), an APC-member organisation, has just alerted me to today's publication of this article he wrote for the the most popular daily newspaper in Bangladesh, The Prothom Alo. It provides updates about the Internet Governance Forum, APC's role in this Forum -which starts today here in Rio- and information about the APC">APC council

meeting that preceded the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is a forum for multi-stakeholder policy dialogue on how the internet is run. It was set up at the end of 2005 by the United Nations Secretary-General following a resolution made by governments at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

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Source: APC">IGF. Reza Salim will be writing daily updates for Prothom Alo in Bengla language. Enjoy.

Reza Salim from the Bangladesh Friendship Education Society (BFES), an
APC-member organisation, has just alerted me to today's publication of
this article he wrote
for the the most popular daily newspaper in Bangladesh, The Prothom
Alo. It provides updates about the Internet Governance Forum, APC's
role in this Forum -which starts today here in Rio- and information
about the APC council meeting that preceded the IGF. Reza Salim will be
writing daily updates for Prothom Alo in Bengla language. Enjoy.


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