internet universality indicators
Many of the assumptions about the digital society made in its early days have proved unreliable. A look at how policymakers need a much better knowledge base if they are to help maximise opportunities and mitigate threats.
Work on the project to define Internet Universality Indicators was led for UNESCO by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) on behalf of the Internet Indicators Consortium, which included, apart from APC, ict Development Associates, Research ICT Africa and LIRNEasia.
These indicators will help governments and other stakeholders to assess their own national internet environments and to promote the values associated with Internet Universality. The work on the project to define Internet Universality Indicators is being led for UNESCO by the Association for Progressive Communications, and the draft Internet Universality Indicators will be finalised by the end o...
In a previous post, I looked at different ways to measure the internet. This week, we'll look into measuring the Information Society.
Internet Universality Indicators: What are they? How are they going to be used? Will they be able to influence policy? On 19 October, 2017, we discussed #InternetUniversality with Guy Berger, director of freedom of expression of UNESCO, in a Twitter-interview.
Join us on Twitter on 19 October from 12:00 to 13:00 UTC to discuss Internet Universality Indicators with Guy Berger, Director of Freedom of Expression and Media Development at UNESCO.
Work on a project to define Internet Universality indicators is being led for UNESCO by APC on behalf of a consortium which also includes ict Development Associates, Research ICT Africa and LIRNEasia. Please participate in this first stage of the online consultation!