UNESCO invites interested actors to conduct a national assessment of the Internet Universality Indicators in their country.
UNESCO especially welcomes key research institutions and others that have self-sustained resources and capacities to support the process.
UNESCO stands ready to support the entire process, from the establishment of a Multistakeholder Advisory Group, to coorganization of events and monitoring of impact. Where suitable, UNESCO will publish the results of a national assessment as part of a dedicated UNESCO publication series. UNESCO will also establish a global online platform to assist the national assessment process and share national exercises in order to facilitate exchange of practices, advocacy activities and policy debates.
To express your interest and for any further information, please contact UNESCO focal points Xianhong Hu and Lucy Levinson through the form below: