High Level Conference on the Postal Sector and the Information Society

Details of the organization
UPU (Universal Postal Union)
International
International organizations

Information about the project
High Level Conference on the Postal Sector and the Information Society
This conference, which is co-organized by the UPU and ITU, will take place 8 June 2007 at the UPU headquarters in Berne. It is a follow-up to the Universal Postal Union Symposium "The postal sector-A partner in delivering the information society" organized in Tunis on 16 November 2005 in the framework of the World Summit on Information Society. This conference aims to emphazise the role of the postal sector in the implementation of the information society, based on concrete examples of initiatives taken by postal companies both at regional and national levels, and examples of collaboration between international organizations as well as public private partnerships.
International implementation
Planned for future from 08.06.2007 to 08.06.2007
International Telecommunication Union Union Network International Tunisian government Swiss government Poste Italiane Korea Post Canada Post eBay Priceminister Aquarelle.com

WSIS information
* The role of governments and all stakeholders in the promotion of ICTs for development
      * National e-strategies
      * Partnerships
* Information and communication infrastructure
* Access to information and knowledge
* Capacity building
* Building confidence and security in use of ICTs
* Enabling environment
* ICT applications: benefits in all aspects of life
      * E-government
         * E-government strategies
      * E-business
         * E-commerce and e-trade
         * Enabling environment
         * SME competitiveness
         * Technology and innovation
      * E-employment
* International and regional cooperation
  • Develop a global partnership for development
  • WSIS Thematic Meeting
  • Conference
The project is being considered as contributing to the objectives of the ITU Connect the World initiative? No