[FoME] UNESCO global consultation on Internet indicators

Christoph Dietz Christoph.Dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Di Okt 24 11:49:46 CEST 2017

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UNESCO's global consultation on Internet indicators was discussed during a well-attended panel of the Communication Policy and Technology Section at IAMCR 2017 in Cartagena. 

As part of the consultation, UNESCO and its partners have put together an online questionnaire inviting contributions to the project. The questionnaire is in 6 languages and IAMCR members and others have been invited by the consortium to contribute. The closing date for contributions is 31 October.
You can complete it at: 

Arabic: https://ar.unesco.org/internetuniversality
Chinese: https://zh.unesco.org/feedback/diao-cha-wen-juan
English: https://en.unesco.org/internetuniversality
French: https://fr.unesco.org/internetuniversality
Russian: https://ru.unesco.org/internetuniversality
Spanish: https://es.unesco.org/internetuniversality

UNESCO's Internet Universality framework is built around four core themes in Internet development, which are concerned with Rights, Openness, Access and Multistakeholder Participation (the R-O-A-M principles). The indicators which are to be developed will be used to assess progress towards an Internet which is consistent with the R-O-A-M principles at national and international levels.

Work to develop the indicators is being led by the Association for Progressive Communications, together with research partners from four continents (Research ICT Africa, LIRNEasia, DIRSI and ict Development Associates). Particular attention is being paid, within the R-O-A-M framework, to indicators concerned with gender inclusion and the inclusion of children and young people.

UNESCO, APC and its partners are keen to ensure that as many stakeholders as possible contribute to the development of these indicators. Stakeholder contributions are vital to ensuring that the indicators meet the needs and concerns of the whole Internet community.

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