2008 - Access to Infrastructure

Global Information Society Watch 2008 is the second in a series
of yearly reports critically covering the state of the information society from the
perspectives of civil society organisations across the world.
Global Information Society Watch or GISWatch has three interrelated
goals:
• Surveying the state of information and communications technology (ICT)
policy at the local and global levels
• Encouraging critical debate
• Strengthening networking and advocacy for a just, inclusive information
society.
Each year the report focuses on a particular theme. GISWatch 2008 focuses
on access to infrastructure and includes several thematic reports dealing
with key access issues, an analysis of where global institutions stand on
the access debate, a report looking at the state of indicators and access,
six regional reports and 38 country reports.
GISWatch 2008 is a joint initiative of the Association for Progressive
Communications (APC), the Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing
Countries (Hivos) and the Third World Institute (ITeM).

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Preface

  • Anriette Esterhuysen
  • Loe Schout

Thematic Reports

Institutional Overview

Country Reports

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