13 June 2022
On June 13, members of the Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Board (MAB) of the UNESCO's Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators project in Kazakhstan will meet online to discuss current progress and challenges ahead.The board first met and launched the project on 29 March. It includes representatives from government, academia, the tech community, the private sector, the media, civil society, UN agencies and intergovernmental groups, and the national Internet Governance Forum (IGF) community.
The board invites all those interested in digital transformation to take part in its next meeting.
The Internet Universality Indicators is a unique and powerful resource which is relevant to all countries, whether developed or developing, to gain a holistic diagnosis of its Internet policies, digital environment and thereby the structural causes of digital inequalities. It enables everyone to voluntarily assess their national Internet environment, address digital gaps, and improve the Internet. UNESCO’s Internet Universality Indicators are a set of 303 indicators that aim to assess the state of Internet development at the national level according to the ROAM principles of human Rights, Openness, Accessibility, Multi-stakeholder participation.
- UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators (EN)
- Join the Dynamic Coalition on IUIs to advance evidence-based policy making of Internet governance and foster digital collaboration here: https://en.unesco.org/feedback/join-our-internet-universality-community
- The publication Steering AI and advanced ICTs for knowledge societies (EN)
- Internet Association of Kazakhstan about the training (RU, EN)