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Special Issue: October 2011, Geneva, Switzerland

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WSIS Project Prizes 2012

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Be part of WSIS Project Prizes 2012!

Dear WSIS Stakeholders,

We are glad to announce the launch of WSIS Project Prizes.

This initiative responds to the requests of participants of WSIS Forum 2011 for a mechanism to evaluate and reward stakeholders for the success of their efforts in implementing development-oriented strategies that leverage the power of information and communication technologies (ICTs). The new WSIS Project Prizes now form an integral part of the WSIS Stocktaking Process established in 2004.

WSIS Project Prizes 2012 containing 18 categories was created to encourage all groups of stakeholders, from all over the world, to share their experiences on WSIS implementation and leverage its activities. The 18 categories of the WSIS Project Prizes 2012 are linked to the WSIS Action Lines outlined in the Geneva Plan of Action.

The contest is organized into four phases:

  • Phase One - Submission of project descriptions
    10 October 2011 - 20 January 2012

  • Phase Two - Voting by the members of the WSIS Stocktaking Platform
    25 January - 10 April 2012

  • Phase Three - Compilation of extended descriptions of  the winning projects and preparation of  "WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories 2012"
    10 April - 10 May 2012

  • Phase Four - The WSIS Project Prize Ceremony and release of the Success Stories 2012 publication at the WSIS Forum 2012
    15 May 2012

Nominate your project now at www.wsis.org/stocktaking/prizes

Detailed information about the contest of WSIS project Prizes 2012 is presented here.

Best Regards,
WSIS Team

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Phase 1: Submission of project descriptions

Deadline: 20 January 2012

Online Submission Form

 

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About WSIS Stocktaking

The WSIS Stocktaking Process was launched in October 2004. Its aim is to provide a register of activities carried out by governments, international organizations, the business sector, civil society and other entities. To this end, in accordance with §120 of the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society adopted by the Summit, ITU has been maintaining the WSIS Stocktaking Database as a publicly accessible system providing information on ICT-related initiatives and projects with reference to the 11 WSIS Action Lines (Geneva Plan of Action). In this context you are kindly invited to participate in the WSIS Stocktaking Platform.

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