Browse the WSIS Stocktaking Platform for ICT projects by WSIS Action Line or Sustainable Development Goal
WSIS Overall Review in December
2015 called for close alignment between the WSIS process and the 2030 Agenda for
Sustainable Development, highlighting the cross-cutting contribution of ICTs to
the Sustainable Development Goals. In this context also the WSIS Stocktaking
evolves into the unique global process for collection of information on actions
carried out in context of WSIS, while underlining their contribution to the
implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The WSIS Stocktaking database, currently
with 8,000 plus entries and a growing
community of 200,000 stakeholders, is a
unique global tool for collecting
information and regular reporting on ICT
related initiatives and projects, carried
out by governments, international
organizations, the business sector, civil
society, academia and other entities, in the
context of 11 WSIS Action Lines.
Call for Update and New Entries
In support of the WSIS Implementation and
Follow-up, all WSIS Stakeholders are invited
update and submit new entries
Submitted activities will be reflected in
the WSIS Stocktaking Report 2017, which will
be released at the WSIS Forum 2017.
Call for new entries: [EN]
Regional WSIS Stocktaking Reports 2014-2016: ICT Projects and WSIS Action Line Related Activities
In addition to already published WSIS Stocktaking Report 2016 (global
report) and the Regional WSIS Stocktaking Report: ICT Projects and WSIS Action Line Related Activities
for Asia and Pacific Region (2014-2016), the Regional WSIS Stocktaking Report 2014-2016: ICT Projects
and WSIS Action Line Related Activities for CIS Region is now also available online.
During the WSIS Forum 2016, while noting
United Nations Economic and Social Council
(ECOSOC) Resolution 2015/26, the WSIS
multi-stakeholder community expressed the
need for customized regional WSIS
Stocktaking reports highlighting the efforts
made towards implementation of the WSIS
Action lines at the regional level.
The WSIS Stocktaking Regional Reports of ICT
Projects and Activities for the Period
2014-2016 for Africa, the Americas, Arab
States, Asia and Pacific, CIS, and Europe
are being diligently prepared. Continuing
the collection of projects reflecting the
linkages between WSIS Action Lines and SDGs,
the WSIS Stocktaking Regional Reports
showcase the impact these projects have on
the ground at the regional level.