The 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference was held in Busan, Republic of Korea. The Plenipotentiary Conference is the key event at which ITU Member States decide on the future role of the organization.
Open Technology Institute Final dispatch from Busan: closing the books on the 2014 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference
3 takeaways from the Plenipot from the Technology Liberation Front
How will internet governance change after the ITU conference? by Samantha Dickinson, in the Guardian.com
ITU Plenipotentiary Conference Is Coming To a Close by Sally Shipman Wentworth, Vice President of Global Policy Development at ISOC.
Stop the presses! ITU is not resolving to take over the Internet! by Samantha Dickinson
The offspring of PP14 Working Group of Plenary by Samantha Dickinson
DiploRoo goes to ITU by Samantha Dickinson
PP14: Elections for top 5 posts at ITU by Samantha Dickinson
The ITU Storify Feed of the meeting (below)
ITU PP14 Day 3: An overview by Samantha Dickinson
ITU PP14 Day 2: An overview by Samantha Dickinson
ITU PP14 Day 1: An overview by Samantha Dickinson
The Internet Society's Sally Shipman Wentworth, Vice President of Global Policy Development, shares her thoughts about day one in her blog post ITU Plenipotentiary 2014 Opens
What is Plenipot? and other frequently asked questions about the high-level ITU conference from APC (Association for Progressive Communications)
Other Plenipotentiary Conference links:
Working Group of the Plenary working draft of Resolution 101
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Top news articles curated to the ITU News Scoop.it!
About the ITU Pleipotentiary Conference
- sets the Union's general policies;
- adopts four-year strategic and financial plans; and
- elects the senior management team of the organization, the members of Council, and the members of the Radio Regulations Board.
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