ICT policy

Global Information Society Watch 2007

By APC/ITeM (January 2007, APC/ITeM )

Global Information Society Watch (GISW) monitors the implementation and follow-up of key international agreements about ICT policies and their relationship to development, including WSIS and other information and communication policy processes at international, regional and national level. This first report in the GISWatch series focuses on Participation.

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Frequently asked questions about multi-stakeholder partnerships in ICTs for development

By Lishan Adam, Tina James and Alice Munyua Wanjira (September 2007, APC )

Publication on multi-stakeholder partnerships in ICTs for develpment

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APC statement - ICASA hearings on draft essential facilities regulations

JOHANNESBURG 7 March 2008 (APCNews)

The APC stated its whole-hearted support of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) for the drafting of regulations prescribing a list of essential facilities for electronic communications which will create conditions of open access on a non-discriminatory basis to undersea-based submarine cables. APC also called on ICASA to take immediate action to counter anti-competitive behaviour of Telkom, the dominant fixed line operator. Read the full statement.

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Launch Seminar - Latin America and Caribbean Regional Network of the Global Alliance for ICT and Development

San Salvador
Date and time: 
Feb 4 2008 (All day) - Feb 5 2008 (All day)

A seminar organized by the Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA GAID), the Inter- Amer

eLAC 2007 Ministerial Conference

Date and time: 
Feb 6 2008 (All day) - Feb 8 2008 (All day)

APC has been involved in the eLAC process from the very beginning. It’s the regional action plan for the information society, and has been coordinated by ECLAC.

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