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  Dedicated Group on international Internet-related public policy issues

 

Background & Scope

Photo: WSIS logoThis group was established as an integral part of WG WSIS, open only to all Member States, in accordance with Resolution 75 (WTSA, 2008), and Council Resolution 1282 (Mod. 2008)

It is tasked to identify, study and develop matters related to international Internet-related public policy issues, to disseminate its outputs throughout ITU's membership, and to contribute to the work of WG - WSIS on international Internet-related public policy issues within the mandate of ITU pursuant to the relevant resolutions of the Plenipotentiary Conference (Guadalajara, 2010) and 2007 Council Resolution 1282.

2009 Council Resolution 1305 invites Member States to recognize the scope of work of ITU on international Internet-related public policy matters, represented by the list of topics in Annex 1 which was established in accordance with decisions of ITU membership at the Plenipotentiary Conference, Council and world conferences; and to elaborate their respective position on each of the international Internet-related public policy issues referenced in the list of topics and to contribute actively to the work of ITU on these issues.

Management & Composition
  • Chairman: Mr. Majed Al Mazyed (Saudi Arabia)

  • The Dedicated Group on Internet-related Public Policy is open only to ITU Member States.

Announcements

Published on July 1st 2010:WG-WSIS-17/04(Rev.1)*:Internet Governance Background Information with table for ITU Mandates on the Internet - Related Public Policy Matters revised to include a 3rd column listing other intergovernmental organizations


Member States are invited to submit their contributions to the fourth meeting by sending them to the following electronic email address: strategy@itu.int


Kindly be informed that this is a paperless meeting. All relevant documents for this meeting will be made available on this website.


ITU Secretariat clarification on ISOC Comments on ITU 2009 Council Documents 29, 49 and INF/10 is available Pdf iconen

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Key Resolutions
  • Resolution 101 Pdf icon (Plenipotentiary 2010) Internet Protocol-based networks
     
  • Resolution 102 Word icon (Plenipotentiary 2010) ITUís role with regard to international public policy issues pertaining to the Internet and the management of Internet resources, including domain names and addresses
  • Resolution 133 Pdf icon
    (Plenipotentiary 2010)
    Role of administrations of MEMBER STATES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONALIZED (MULTILINGUAL) DOMAIN NAMES
     
  • Resolution 140 Pdf icon (Plenipotentiary 2010) ITU's role in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society
     
  • Resolution 75 Pdf icon
    (WTSA 2008)
    ITU-Tís contribution in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society, and the establishment of a Dedicated Group on Internet-related Public Policy Issues as an integral part of the Council Working Group on World Summit on the Information Society
     
  • Resolution 1282 Word icon
    (Council 2008)
    ITU's role in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society
  • Resolution 1305 Word icon
    (Council 2009) Role of the Dedicated Group in identifying Internet-related Public Policy Matters
  • Resolution 1306 Word icon
    (Council 2011) Council Working Group on international Internet-related Public Policy Issues

 

 

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