At the kind invitation of the Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des
Télécommunications (ARPT), ITU is organizing a two-day Regional
Workshop on Bridging the Standardization Gap for the Arab and Africa Regions
on 26 September 2011 followed by an Interactive
Training Session on a simulated study group meeting on
27 September 2011. A half day ITU Academia Seminar
will also be held on 28th September 2011 (morning) to
present ITU’s relationship with Academia and the benefit of ITU
membership for academic and research institutions. These events, will
take place at the
Sheraton Hotel, Algiers, Algeria.
The workshop is designed to provide concrete advice and best practices
on participation by developing countries in global standards development
and building nation standards readiness. It will also examine standards
work on key new technologies. The Interactive Training Session will
provide an interactive learning experience through a simulated Study
Group meeting. It will be of greatest interest to those who will be, or
who have begun, participating in international meetings and those who
have some international experience with plans to move into leadership
The event is intended for administrations and public institutions, ICT
companies, service providers, vendors, manufacturers, ICT regulators,
national standards bodies, test labs, certifiers, organizations from
developing countries and civil society.
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