WSIS Forum 2017

12 Jun 2017 to 16 Jun 2017
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Geneva, Switzerland

The Geneva Internet Platform reported from WSIS Forum 2017. The GIP's just-in-time reporting initiative was supported by ICANN and the Internet Society. The GIP is an initiative supported by the Swiss authorities and operated by DiploFoundation.

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Event announcement

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2017 will be held on 12-16 June 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland.

The annual WSIS Forum is a global multistakeholder platform facilitating the implementation of the WSIS Action Lines for advancing sustainable development. The Forum is co-organised by ITU, UNESCO, UNDP, and UNCTAD, in close collaboration with all WSIS Action Line co-/facilitators and other UN organizations (UNDESA, FAO, UNEP, WHO, UN Women, WIPO, WFP, ILO, WMO, ITC, UPU, UNODC, UNICEF, and UN Regional Commissions). It provides an opportunity for information exchange, knowledge creation and sharing of best practices, while identifying emerging trends and fostering partnerships, taking into account the evolving Information and Knowledge Societies.

The Forum will serve as a platform for discussions on the role of information and communications technologies (ICTs) as a means of implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and targets, with due regard to the global mechanism for follow-up and review of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 

The one week long event will include more than 150 sessions tackling a wide range of issues, from access and digital divide, to cybersecurity and privacy, and from the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, to multilingualism and cultural diversity. There will also be a High-Level Track which will include interactive policy dialigue, a ministerial round table, and a high-level networking programme.

For more information, visit the Forum website.

 

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