The WSIS Forum 2017 Exhibition is a multi-stakeholder event which gathers more than 20 exhibitors from Civil Society, Academia, International Organizations, Private Sector, and Government. Reflecting the WSIS Forum 2017 spirit, this event provides a platform to exhibitors from all over the world, with 15 different countries being represented throughout the entire Exhibition. While encouraging stakeholders to share global initiatives for a more effective Information Society, the Exhibition’s purpose is to stimulate interactions between developing and developed countries.
The exhibitors will display their projects and showcase concrete solutions to specific issues related to Information and knowledge societies. Several initiatives in areas ranging from e-governance; inclusive access; e-education; as well as SDGs will be displayed throughout the various stands. The main purpose of the Exhibition is to provide all WSIS Forum 2017 participants and opportunity to network and to learn and share knowledge about their WSIS related projects and activities.
The Exhibition will be launched with an Inauguration Ceremony. The Ceremony will start with the traditional ribbon cutting procedure. The ribbon cutting will be followed by a tour of the entire Exhibition space.
View the more 100 confirmed high-level speakers.
WSIS Forum 2017 Chairman & High-Level Track Facilitators
The WSIS Forum 2017 Chairman and the 14 WSIS Forum 2017 High-Level Track Facilitators announced.
High-Level Policy Sessions
Government, Private Sector, Civil Society, Academia and International Organization are invited to register for a speaking slot for their high-level officials.
WSIS Photo Contest.
Join the first ever WSIS Forum Photo Contest
Call for Official Submissions to the WSIS Secretariat on the Thematic
Aspects and Innovations on the Format.
• Share your views the thematic aspects and innovations on the format of the forum
• Recommend speakers
• Request thematic workshops
• Request exhibition stalls
Call for Major Stakeholder Coordination Mechanisms following the WSIS
Process to Identify and Nominate High-Level Track Facilitators (HLTFs)
for the WSIS Forum 2017.