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C1-C7-C11


Facilitation Meeting: WSIS Action Lines C1-C7-C11
Action Line C1: The Role of Public Governance Authorities and all Stakeholders in the Promotion of ICT for development;
Action Line C7: ICT applications - e-government;
Action Line C11:International and Regional Cooperation

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
20 May 2009, 11:00 - 12:30
ITU Headquarters, Room B2

The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs invites to the fourth Facilitation Meeting on implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). 

Participants will exchange information and discuss progress in implementing three of 11 WSIS Action Lines: The Role of Public Governance Authorities and all Stakeholders in the Promotion of ICT for development (Action Line C1); ICT applications - e-government (Action Line C7); International and Regional Cooperation (Action Line C11).

The purpose of the Fourth Facilitation Meeting, which is open to all stakeholders from the public and private sectors, the civil society, and the international organizations, is to inform the participants of the meetings on the respective sub groupís activities and to provide a platform to exchange information and experiences; to identify the proprietary areas for implementation within the Action Lines; and to create synergies among different stakeholders for more effective knowledge sharing and collaboration in order to ensure the implementation of WSIS at the international, regional and national levels.

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