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Index September 2005

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2005-09-22: WSIS – Youth Caucus and Education;
2005-09-25: WSIS – School Program in Bangladesh;
2005-09-28: National Security Archive;
2005-09-28: WSIS Internet Dialogue;
2005-09-29: NGO-Coalition’s view on WSIS – Week 1 report;
2005-09-29: WSIS Civil Society Human Rights Caucus.

WSIS Civil Society Human Rights Caucus

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Joint statement between the WSIS Civil Society Privacy and Security Working Group and the WSIS Civil Society Human Rights Caucus, which was just read in plenary of SubComittee A morning session, 29 September 2005:
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NGO-Coalition’s view on WSIS – Week 1 report

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At the government level, they decided to work in two subcommittees, A for dealing with governance and the WGIG report, B for dealing with implementation and follow up as well as the political chapeau. Civil society decided to mirror that situation and has created two subcommittees within its Content and Themes group, A headed by Jeannette Hoffman and Adam Peake and B by Bertrand de la Chapelle.

The major topics being debated are thus:
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WSIS Internet Dialogue

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We encourage you to visit the Discussion Web site of Internet Governance Project Dialogue to review the agenda and the recommended library resources for each topic. The Guidelines and Help sections will also help you prepare. You have first to register.

National Security Archive

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Washington, D.C., September 28, 2005 – Marking International Right to Know Day, the National Security Archive commended the Department of State for including access to government information as one factor evaluated in its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
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WSIS – School Program in Bangladesh

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SDNP School Program in Bangladesh

Objective: To assist the SDNP (Sustainable Development Networking Programme) School Programme of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) for extending computer education at school level and develop skilled human resources that would gradually lead to Bangladesh’s competitiveness in the global ICT sector.
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WSIS – Youth Caucus and Education

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Statement made by the Youth Caucus and Education, Academia & Research Taskforce Joint Statement on IG WSIS PrepCom3, 22 September 2005:

Thank you, Mr. Chairman for this opportunity to share with Governments our perspectives on Internet Governance. We are the most avid users of the Internet fueling its evolution.
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