ITU New Initiatives Programme is designed to
keep the ITU and its membership informed of trends in ICTs
and to provide them with a forum to debate issues of high
current policy interest. The purpose of the programme is to
track changes in fast-changing technologies, policy and
market trends, so as to promote information exchange among
the membership and generate new ideas that may support the
activities of the Sectors. The ITU New Initiatives Programme
has two main elements: international expert workshops and
publications. More than 15 workshops have been held since
1999 with the results released in reports, case studies and
on CD-ROM. Recent workshops include “What rules for
IP-enabled NGN?” and “Ubiquitous Network Societies”.
information, please see the
ITU New Initiatives Programme website.