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APC Internet Rights Charter translated into 19 languages

Thanks to APC members working in policy around the world, check out the charter in Urdu, Filipino, Bengali, Bulgarian, Czech, Catalan, Russian and more!


APC Chris Nicol FOSS Prize 2007

APC Chris Nicol
FOSS Prize 2007

Announcing the winners!

Initiatives from the USA and Nepal - Free Geek and Nepalinux - are the joint winners of the APC Chris Nicol FOSS Prize 2007. Read more >>


Publication on multi-stakeholder partnerships in ICTs for develpment

In response to the growing demand for information on multi-stakeholder processes in ICT policy, APC has produced the book “Frequently Asked Questions about Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships in ICTs for Development – A Guide for National ICT Policy Animators”.

Download full versions in English or French.


Book on WSIS, developing countries and civil society
Time for lessons learned

The World Summit on the Information Society has been roundly criticised in the past and this new study from APC concludes that the summit is not the best starting point for new action.”

So, what is the point of looking at how developing country delegations and civil society fared at the summit? Because “it is always important to learn from experience – particularly where it did not deliver up to expectations.”

Find out more about
Whose Summit
?

Executive summary available in French and Spanish.


Global information society watch
monitors information revolution

A watchdog report from APC and the Third World Institute monitors commitments by governments and the United Nations on the information society.
Global IS Watch