Statements, positions and contributions from the APC
|APC statement from the 2007 Internet Governance Forum||
The Association for Progressive Communications’ initial assessment of the second Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and suggestions for moving towards the third forum in New Delhi in 2008.
|Map: APC networking and collaboration||Nov 2007||Map|
|APC reflections at the commencement of the 2nd IGF||
APC’s reflections and priorities at the commencement of the second Internet Governance Forum held in Rio de Janeiro in November 2007. This document includes APC’s assessment of the first forum, held in Athens in 2006, and highlights our priorities for the second IGF.
|Pushing and prodding, goading and hand-holding||
Reflection from the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) at the conclusion of the World Summit on the Information Society.
|Monitoring ICT policy in Latin America||
APC’s ICT policy projects monitor relevant policy developments at national and regional levels. This involves research, building online content (through websites and e-newsletters) and networks, and implementing capacity-building workshops with civil society organisations.
|Nov 2005||English, Spanish|
|APC's reflections- Multi-stakeholder participation and ICT policy processes (2005)||Apr 2005||English|
|Statement read on financing the information at PrepCom 2 by the APC, Bread for All, CRIS, Instituto del Tercer Mundo (ITeM), IT for Change and the Gender Caucus (2005)||Feb 2005||English|
|Statement of the Gender Caucus Second WSIS PrepCom (2005)||Feb 2005||English|
|World Summit on the Information Society Phase II, Tunis, PrepCom I Report||
This report touches on issues such as the human rights and ‘north-south’ agendas, as well as the preparation by civil society in the WSIS process up to 2004. It includes brief observations, suggested discussion points and strategies needed to protect and strengthen civil society participation in the WSIS process.
|APC Comments on PrepCom3 (2003)||May 2003||English|
|The Holy Family Communique from African Electronic Communicators||
The Holy Family Communique from African Electronic Communicators came out of an APC Africa meeting held in early February 1997. A full report of the meeting is available on the IDRC website.