The Opinions -- essentially, NON-BINDING -- cover some of the key and fundamental issues of Internet Governance today, including:
Promoting Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) as a long term solution to advance connectivityFostering an enabling environment for the greater growth and development of broadband connectivitySupporting Capacity Building for the deployment of IPv6Supporting IPv6 Adoption and Transition from IPv4Supporting Multi-stakeholderism in Internet GovernanceSupporting operationalizing the Enhanced Cooperation Process
The Guardian INFOGRAPHIC: Slow progress on UN development targets EurActiv The United Nations' eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), adopted in 2000, are edging closer to their 2015 completion target date.
Austerity is Dismantling the European Dream - In this column, Roberto Savio, founder and president emeritus of the Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency and publisher of Other News, writes that austerity is eliminating the social safety net that has...
Although it is only in its initial planning stages, we do know that CSW58′s priority theme will be “Challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for women and girls.
"As a medium for social change, posters record our struggles for peace, social justice, environmental defense, and liberation from oppression." (Art for Advocacy: 13 Posters for Sustainable Social Change http://t.co/9HjMCpDAbd...
The Guardian (blog) Crowdsourcing the next global development agenda The Guardian (blog) This will build on the millennium development goals (MDGs), which have helped to reduce by half the proportion of people living in extreme poverty in the...
The Guardian (blog) Rethinking Global Development Goals Sudan Vision They aim to do so before 2015, the expiration date for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that have anchored global antipoverty efforts since 2000.
The following is an adapted excerpt from the new book Arguing for Our Lives: A User's Guide to Constructive Dialogue, published by City Lights Books. "The universe is an undifferentiated whole. About
Jan Servaes's insight:
Facing multiple, cascading ecological crises, we humans need science more than ever and more than ever we need to understand the limits of science. The lesson is pretty clear: The knowledge we humans can acquire, while impressive in what it allows us to build, is not adequate to manage the complexity of the world.
Insecurity the “Achilles’ Heel of Development” in Latin America - Development experts here are warning that widespread, unchecked violence against citizens in Latin America is posing a threat to the development of the entire region.