Regional WSIS Stocktaking Report 2016, Asia and Pacific
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Regional WSIS Stocktaking Report 2016, Asia and Pacific

ICT Projects and WSIS Action Line Related Activities in Asia and Pacific

In the period 2014-2016, WSIS Stocktaking Reports have reviewed 164 ICT-related projects and activities carried out by international organizations, governments, the private sector, civil society and other stakeholders in the Asia and Pacific region, with those in 2016 highlighting the efforts deployed by stakeholders involved in implementation of the SDGs. WSIS Stocktaking reports are based on the multistakeholder approach, including input from stakeholders from all over the world responding to ITU’s official call for stocktaking updates and new entries. The inputs from WSIS action line facilitators and co-facilitators also contribute to the reports.

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ICT Watch is firmly committed to freedom of information and is keenly aware of the emerging challenges to online freedom of expression in Indonesia. It creates the conditions for responsible Internet use and high-quality online content, and involves multistakeholders as partners in the programme’s proliferation. Through the Internet Healthy (“Internet Sehat”) towards Indonesian information society programme, ICT Watch has endeavoured to show multistakeholders that people can take responsibility for their online activities. To this end, ICT Watch released a how-to module under a creative commons licence for parents and teachers, and endorsed several publicly-available comic books for children/youngsters containing basic knowledge about Internet safety. ICT Watch also participates in various offline activities such as workshops, as well as roadshows visiting schools/campuses and communities.