ICT policy

WSIS Follow up: APC contribution to the session on Development-oriented policies for an inclusive information society

By Anriette Esterhuysen (June 2008, APC )

The Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) is one of the UN bodies that took up the follow up of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). This is APC’s contribution to a CSTD meeting meeting dealing with development-oriented policies for a social-economic inclusive information society, including access, infrastructure and an enabling environment, that took place on May 2007 in Geneva, as part of a series of WSIS follow-up meetings.

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WSIS Follow up: APC contribution to the Secretary General's report on progress

By Anriette Esterhuysen (June 2008, APC )

The Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) is one of the UN bodies that took up the follow up of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). This is APC’s contribution to a CSTD meeting where a report from the Secretary General on progress made in WSIS follow-up and implementation was presented, that took place on May 2007 in Geneva, as part of a series of WSIS follow-up meetings.

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CICEWA Research Workshop

Location: 
Venue: TBA
Date and time: 
Jul 14 2008 - 9:00am - Jul 19 2008 - 5:00pm

ITU Telecom Africa Conference 2008

Date and time: 
May 12 2008 (All day) - May 15 2008 (All day)

According to the organisers, “ITU TELECOM AFRICA 2008 is a major networking platform for Africa’s top ICT names to come together and focus on core issues relating to ICT expansion across the region.

CICEWA West and Central Africa Workshop

Location: 
Goree Institute
Date and time: 
Jun 17 2008 (All day) - Jun 20 2008 (All day)

Cicewa Network building Workshop :

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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