Smart Regulation for a Broadband World
List of participants of GSR11
best practice guidelines now available!
The advent of
broadband has significantly changed the way we communicate, access information,
share experiences and knowledge, make business and interact with each other. The
impact of broadband on the economy is increasingly being acknowledged. Sound
broadband strategies and plans are now needed to ensure that all citizens can
benefit from the new applications, services and businesses opportunities brought
by a broadband world.
Participants in the 11th Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR)
and the 4th Global Industry Leaders’ Forum (GILF)
smart regulatory measures regulators can take to achieve broadband for all,
foster innovation, and address the complexities and challenges of the broadband
launch in 2000, the GSR has brought together
heads of national regulatory authorities from both developed and developing
countries and has earned a reputation as the global annual venue for regulators
to share their views and experiences. The meeting fosters an open dialogue
between the worldwide community of regulators and key ICT stakeholders: the
private sector, investors and consumers.
To foster a more dynamic and “open-dialogue” among GSR
and GILF participants, regulators and policy makers are invited to join industry
participants on the GILF panels.
GILF provides a neutral platform for ITU-D Sector Members to share their views
on major issues facing the ICT sector.
Both events are organized by the
Telecommunication Union (ITU), in collaboration with the Ministry of Information
and Communication Technologies and the Communications Regulatory Commission of
The GSR will be chaired by
Cristhian Lizcano Ortíz, Executive Director of CRC.
established an online, interactive attendee list to facilitate networking in the
lead up to and during GSR11, while preserving data privacy. This service is also accessible by mobile devices as well.