Christoph Dietz Christoph.Dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Mo Jun 12 13:58:37 CEST 2017

>>> "Guillarmou, Josselyn" j.guillarmou at unesco.org> 12.06.2017 10:42 >>

Dear colleague,
We would like to invite you to attend a group discussion that will take place during the Global Media Forum in Bonn (Germany) on 20 June 2017 (1 PM to 2:30 PM in Room Sines).
This session aims to present new UNESCO project “Defining Internet Universality Indicators” which is supported by Sweden and ISOC (Internet Society) and seeks to engage with various stakeholders for their inputs and contribution. We would really value your expert input at the outset of this initiative.
In order for the discussion to be interactive, the session will start with a brief presentation of the draft indicators and brief remarks from the speakers. The moderator will structure the discussion into five slots on Human Rights, Openness, Access, Multi-stakeholderism and crosscutting dimension and will invite all of you to take the floor. Some key questions will be asked to all participants regarding your experience of gathering and using Internet indicators within your country/area of work or the most important issues related to human rights, openness, accessibility and multistakeholder approach that should be included in the Internet Universality indicators. Please find attached the consultation document to help you prepare your remarks.
We would greatly appreciate if you could confirm your availability before Friday, 16 June 2017 to j.guillarmou at unesco.org  
Josselyn Guillarmou
Josselyn Guillarmou
Division for Freedom of Expression and Media Development 
Communication and Information Sector
United Nations
Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization7, place de Fontenoy 
F-75352 Paris 07 SP 
T: +33 (0) 45 68 11 33

This month, UNESCO is launching a year-long programme of consultation to develop a set of Internet Universality indicators, covering these four fundamental norms and the cross-currents between them.  These indicators will help governments and other stakeholders to assess their own national Internet environments, and to promote the values associated with Internet Universality.  There will be a mix of quantitative and qualitative indicators.  Special attention will be paid to gender and to the needs and interests of children and young people. Work on the project to define Internet Universality indicators is being led for UNESCO by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC). 
An online consultation on the overall principles for Internet Universality indicators will be launched at the WSIS Forum in June.  It will be followed by a consultation of draft indicators later in the year.  UNESCO and APC hope that as many stakeholders as possible will take part in these consultations.
For general enquiry and written contribution, you are encouraged to consult with us via internetstudy at unesco.org. For particular requests regarding this GMF consultation, please contact Anriette Esterhuysen: anriette at apc.org - David Souter: david.souter at runbox.com - or Xianhong Hu: x.hu at unesco.org
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