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APC speaks at WSIS Forum 2015, Geneva

GENEVA 26 May 2015 (APC for APC)

Hosted annually, the WSIS Forum is a space in which APC has participated actively since its inception. We are committed to the WSIS goal of a “people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society”; where everyone can create, access, use and share information to fully promote sustainable development and improve their quality of life. Our statement outlines ongoing efforts required to realise this goal.

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WSIS Forum 2015

WSIS Forum 2015

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Statement on the occasion of the WSIS Forum 2015, Geneva 25 – 29 May

By Association for Progressive Communications (May 2015, APC )
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Statement: "We remain strongly committed to the goal of a people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society"

GENEVA 6 May 2015 (APC for APCNews)

As civil society organisations committed to the goal of a “people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society”, APC, the International Federation of Library Associations and the Internet Democracy Project have released a statement to highlight this central goal of the World Summit on the Information Society.

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Civil Society and WSIS+10 (APC)

Civil Society and WSIS+10 (APC)

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Statement on the Ten-year Review of Progress Made in the Implementation of the Outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society

5 December 2014 (APC for APCNews)

The undersigned organisations from civil society welcome the CSTD Secretariat’s draft report on the Ten-year Review of Progress Made in the Implementation of the Outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society.

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Joint statement on WSIS+10 high-level event

(June 2014, Association for Progressive Communications )
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APC Survey WSIS (FR)

APC Survey WSIS (FR)

APC Survey WSIS (ES)

APC Survey WSIS (ES)

Communication rights ten years after the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS): Civil society perceptions

MONTREAL 4 September 2013 (Mallory Knodel for APCNews)

This GISWatch special report collates civil society perceptions of the changes that have taken place in the information and knowledge-sharing society over the last ten years, capturing the kinds of shifts that have been experienced by communications activists and stakeholders in a rich and nuanced way. You can download the report in English, French and Spanish.

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