UNESCO organized from 3 – 4 March 2015, an international multistakeholder conference to discuss the first draft of the Comprehensive Study on Internet-related issues. This major global study captures and explores global perspectives on the new and emerging trends that are shaping the Internet space and our future. The meeting proposed recommendations for responses to Internet-related issues in UNESCO’s fields of competence.
The conference was a multistakeholder event attracting participants from governments, civil society, academia, private sector, the technical community, inter-governmental and thought leaders in the Internet Governance space.
The outcome document covers issues related to access, freedom of expression, privacy and gender equality. You can download the outcome document here.