Today, e 3rd preparatory consultation for e second WSIS+ Review meeting closed wi some developments on e review process. Pending e official UN General Assembly ision on e modalities of e WSIS+ Review process, expected for end of ch , ITU announced new dates and locations for e second WSIS+ Review meeting in and for its preparatory process.Missing: clipart. e WSIS+ Zero Draft Paper has been published as part of e General Assembly’s overall review of e implementation of WSIS outcomes. e Zero Draft Paper is based on responses received to e WSIS+ working document, which was released at e end of ust .UNESCO has played an important role in e implementation of e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS)Missing: clipart. In is context, e WSIS Forum will leverage e WSIS-SDG Matrix and serve as a platform for discussing e role of ICTs as a means of implementation of e Sustainable Development Goals, wi due regard to e global mechanism for follow up and review of e implementation of e 2030 Agenda (UNGA Resolution A/70/1).Missing: clipart. Feb 25, · e first WSIS+ review event of e objectives set in 2003 is being held is week, Monday to Wednesday, at UNESCO in Paris. is meeting is an integral part of e overall WSIS review process at aims to integrate findings into e UN Millennium Development Goals review process and into a possible post- sustainable development framework.Missing: clipart. Draft OUTLINE for e WSIS + review meeting Tods Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development 25‐27 February , UNESCO HQ, Paris France MONDAY 125 FEB Recent Developments TUESDAY 26 FEB Developments, foresight & . E-mail: [email protected] Phone: +33 (0) 1 45 68 47 65 Tods Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development*: First WSIS+ review meeting *working title United Nations Cultural Organization 25-27 February , UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France king e anniversary of e adoption of WSIS Plan of Action, UNESCO will host aMissing: clipart. UNESCO, Knowledge Societies Division E-mail: [email protected] Phone: +33 (0) 1 45 68 47 65 Tods Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development*: First WSIS+ review meeting *working title United Nations Educational, Scientiﬁc and Cultural Organization 25-27 February , UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France Join us as partner. Vice-Chairs: UNESCO, UNCTAD, UNECE. Annual meeting at WSIS Forum . High-Level Breakfast Meeting, 31 ust . Working Level Meeting, 1 . High-Level Political Forum UNGIS Technical Meeting, 11 y Missing: clipart. 23, · e Global Open Access Portal (GOAP) is supplemented by a Community of Practice (CoP) wi in e platform of WSIS Knowledge Communities. e Open Access community in e platform enables Open Access stakeholders to discuss and debate issues of common interests, and develop consensus around various issues.. We encourage you to join e Open Access Comunity by joining Missing: clipart. 28, · Leading up to e overall review, relevant UN agencies such as e CSTD, ITU and UNESCO have begun aspects of e review, starting in . UNESCO: In February , as one of e WSIS action line facilitators, UNESCO organised a multistakeholder conference entitled Tods Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development in an effort Missing: clipart. 14, · Remote participants at took part in e Open Consultation on ematic Aspects and New In ative Format Review Meeting which took place on e 24 February . WSIS Forum : Open Consultation Process - Final Review Meeting. 20 uary , Geneva, Switzerland WSIS Forum : Open Consultation Process - First Physical Meeting. 15-16 ember , New York, United States of America UNGA High-level Meeting on e Overall Review of e Implementation of WSIS OutcomesMissing: clipart. e Event offered a unique opportunity for all WSIS stakeholders to review progress made and lessons learned. e outcome of is Review Meeting will serve as an input into e discussions during e WSIS Forum in Geneva in as well as inform e work of e Commission on Science and Technology for Development, e designated system-wideMissing: clipart. e findings of is process were presented at e WSIS+ Review meeting held in Paris at e UNESCO Headquarters in February . In between e annual WSIS Forums and related meetings, e respective work employees) and micro enterprises (0-9 Missing: clipart. WSIS Forum . e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) Forum is a global United Nations (UN) multistakeholder platform facilitating e implementation of e WSIS Action Lines for advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is co-organized by ITU, UNESCO, UNDP and UNCTAD, in close collaboration wi all WSIS Action Line co-/facilitators and o er UN organizations . Ten years later, for e recent WSIS+ meeting in Paris, UNESCO’s wish has been granted as, taking e lead in e organisation of WSIS’s ten-year review meeting, e Organisation set e official eme of e ga ering as Tods Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development , aimed at surpassing e emphasis placed on. Online Meeting, 2 ember . Documents, information, more. World Heritage Committee. Ordinary Sessions. 22 nd GA UNESCO Paris () 21 st GA UNESCO Paris () About World Heritage e Convention, Publications World Heritage Review Series Resource Manuals World Heritage wall map More publications Missing: clipart. e WSIS Action Lines and SDGs as well e African Union Agenda 2063 to ensure at ICTs play an enabling role in achieving e SDGs. Ms. Gitanjali Sah, WSIS Coordinator, ITU and Ms. Rubel Sasha, Advisor in Communication and Information, UNESCO made a statement as WSIS facilitators at e opening ceremony. e representative of ITU provided an. UNESCO WSIS+ Review Meeting (Event) Activity: Membership types › Membership of committee. Professor Don Passey - Speaker. 25/02/ → 27/02/. Presentation at a UNESCO review meeting Management of sustainable education. Event (Conference) Title: +44 (0 Missing: clipart. is week, at its 37 session, e General Conference of UNESCO endorsed e Final Statement of e UNESCO-hosted WSIS+ Review Event, asking e Organization to fur er reinforce its leading role in e WSIS process and ensuring at UNESCO’s mandate and priorities figure prominently in e lead-up to and beyond.In February , UNESCO organized at its Headquarters,Missing: clipart. e Internet Governance Forum was one of e major outcomes of e original WSIS, as outlined in e Tunis Agenda. e IGF mandate was also renewed for ano er years during e United Nations General Assembly WSIS+ Review High-Level Meeting. e Forum, originally convened by e United Nations Secretary-General in 2006, is a process at brings people from all stakeholder and regional. e UNGIS Action Plan foresees for e event a review of emerging trends in e Information Society and e development of recommendations. UNESCO will give a short introduction on e objectives, approach and initial building blocks envisaged for e WSIS Review Event, and will listen carefully to all stakeholders’ input. 23, · While e UNGA meeting is e final and politically significant element of e WSIS review process, it is building on years-long efforts by UN agencies and organs most involved in implementing e WSIS outcomes, such as e Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD), e International Telecommunications Union (ITU), and UNESCO Missing: clipart. 22, · e Tunis Agenda also called for a ten-year review of WSIS, which formally kicked off in wi UNESCO’s first WSIS review meeting (link is external) in Paris 25–27 February. e Final Statement Information and Knowledge for All: An Expanded Vision and a Renewed Commitment (link is external) was adopted in Paris, and later endorsed by Missing: clipart. Ten years after e Geneva meeting, e first review meeting of e Summit, nicknamed WSIS +, was held in February at e United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) headquarters in Paris, France.Missing: clipart. e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) was a two-phase United Nations-sponsored summit on information, communication and, in broad terms, e information society at took place in 2003 in Geneva and in 2005 in Tunis.One of its chief aims was to bridge e global digital divide arating rich countries from poor countries by spreading access to e Internet in e developing world.Missing: clipart. Monitoring e WSIS targets • e 9 edition of e ITU World Telecommunication/ ICT Development Report (WTDR 20) • Monitoring e WSIS Targets. • e year 20 ks e midpoint between e 2005 Tunis phase of e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) and , e deadlineMissing: clipart. ITU S1.5 Regional Review of e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) Implementation in Asia Pacific, ITU.pdf. ITU S2.1 Increasing investment in Internet development in e Asia Pacific, APNIC Foundation_0.pdf. ITU S2.2 Private sector and digital divide in Asia, KaiOS Technologies_0.pdfMissing: clipart. 15, · Speech by H. E. Mr Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim, Director-General, Telecommunications Regulatory Au ority (TRA) of e United Arab Emirates (UAE). 17, · WSIS Forum Login Page. Please use e login module to e left to login to e WSIS Forum portal. We also attended e WSIS regional review, we organized it in collaboration wi UNESCO, UNDPN, UNSCAP at e regional level. It's great at many collaborations at were shared out ere were forged at e WSIS Forum because at's e whole purpose of global events like e WSIS Forum are carried on at e regional and local level. 1 0 i I FEB20 ^ e meeting of e Steering Committee.on WSIS held on 6 ember 2005, attached are ree background papers for e Committee's meeting on February 24. e first paper has been prepared following extensive consultations wi UNDP, ITU, UNESCO and UNCTAD as well as wi e President of ECOSOC: 1.Missing: clipart. e New World Information and Communication Order (NWICO or NWIO) is a term coined in a debate over media representations of e developing world in UNESCO in e late 1970s early 1980s. e NWICO movement was part of a broader effort to formally tackle global economic inequality at was viewed as a legacy of imperialism upon e global sou. e term was widely used by e MacBride Missing: clipart. 01, · e WSIS Forum offers a timely opportunity to bring toge er insights and ideas from various initiatives presently underway across e world to review, modernise and/or develop new approaches to privacy to keep pace wi e evolving global data environment. UN agencies conducted a ten-year review of WSIS outcomes in /, at e end of which e General Assembly agreed to hold ano er ‘high level meeting’ to ‘take stock of progress’ and ‘identify areas of continued focus and challenges’ in 2025.Missing: clipart. In ember , e United Nations General Assembly reviewed if e WSIS goals progressed over e past ten years and considered e future of e WSIS process beyond . is was often called e WSIS+ Review and culminated in a High-Level Event on 15-16 ember at e UN Headquarters in New York.Missing: clipart. Information Session on e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) beyond : Building upon Multistakeholder Consensus Based Outcomes Documents of e ITU and UNESCO hosted WSIS+ Review Missing: clipart. 26, · From WSIS , WSIS + Review, WSIS includes is recommendation: e common denominator for sustained grow in economic development, GDP, in ation, sustainability and security is a Missing: clipart. 20, · After a lot of hard work and collaboration, e world has just witnessed e successful close of e United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting, on 15-16 ember, on e overall review of e implementation of e outcomes of e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS+ HLM). is all started 12 years ago in Geneva, where representatives from around e world lared Missing: clipart. 18, · Early ust e UN General Assembly agreed on e procedures how to review e results of e UN World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) from 2005. According to e draft resolution, e WSIS + event will be a high level intergovernmental meeting in New York in ember . is meeting will adopt an intergovernmental agreed outcome document Missing: clipart. In follow up to e outcomes of e UN General Assembly Overall Review of e Implementation of WSIS Outcomes (Res. A/70/125) and wi e adoption of e 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Res. A/70/1), e WSIS Forum is constantly evolving and streng ening e alignment between e WSIS Action Lines and e Sustainable Development Goals.Missing: clipart. e meeting established e modality of monitoring, coordination and advisory functions of e Steering Committee. e participants also identified challenges and opportunities on promoting national and cross-border broadband connectivity in line wi e AP-IS strategic initiatives and discussed e elements of subregional implementation plans.Missing: clipart. Detailed account of a meeting convened by e Information for Development Forum and chaired by John Lindsay of e BCS Developing Countries Specialist Group. e purpose of e meeting was to discuss e topic of Information Literacy in e context of e preparations for e United Nations World Summit on e Information Society. Representatives from a wide spectrum of government, intergovernmental, private and what was termed civil society organizations met at Geneva in ember 2003 at e first phase of e World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS) to discuss e challenges and opportunities presented by information and communication technologies (ICT), in particular e Internet.Missing: clipart. e United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force (UN ICT TF) was a multi-stakeholder initiative associated wi e United Nations which is intended to lend a truly global dimension to e multitude of efforts to bridge e global digital divide, foster digital opportunity and us firmly put ICT at e service of development for all.Missing: clipart. e Observatory on Digital Communication (OCCAM) was established in 1996 by UNESCO in Milan, wi e Agreements signed by e Director General, Federico or and or co Formentini in e 1996. e acronym stands for Observatory for Cultural and Audiovisual Communication in e Mediterranean.. Since 2003, OCCAM has been associated wi e United Nations Department of Missing: clipart. 25, · Over 1,700 international delegates ga er in Geneva ahead of launch of WSIS+ Overall Review in New York on 1 e. Geneva, 25 – Ten years after e UN World Summit on e Information Society (WSIS), participants from government, civil society, e private sector and international organizations are meeting in Geneva to identify emerging trends, fresh priorities and Missing: clipart. Information and communications technology (ICT) is an extensional term for information technology (IT) at stresses e role of unified communications and e integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals) and computers, as well as necessary enterprise softe, middlee, storage and audiovisual systems, at enable users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate Missing: clipart.