30 Sep 2015
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Geneva

 

The Tenth Meeting of the Council Working Group on Child Online Protection will be held at ITU Headquarters (Room A), Geneva, Switzerland on 30 September 2015.

Registration for CWG meetings will be carried out exclusively online by focal points and will open two months prior to the meeting at the following website: http://www.itu.int/council/.

Administrative assistance for visa requests should be made online at the time of registration. Please note that visa requests must be submitted at least four weeks prior to the opening of the meeting.

Remote participation will be made available for CWG meetings. You are invited to inform the Secretariat, upon registration or by e-mail to sg-registration@itu.int, if you wish to participate remotely. Please note that requests for remote participation must be submitted at least four weeks prior to the opening of the meeting. Participants are reminded that all meetings will be webcast and can be followed via internet.

Working languages

The meetings will be held in English only, except for the CWG-HQ. With regard to interpretation and translation for this CWG meeting, you are invited to inform the Secretariat, upon registration or by e-mail to sg-registration@itu.int, if you require interpretation. Please note that requests for interpretation must be submitted at least four weeks prior to the opening of the meeting.

Documentation

Draft agendas and documentation to be reviewed at CWG meetings, as well as information on working hours and meeting rooms, will be made available in due course on respective CWG websites. Meetings will be conducted in a paperless manner. Wireless LAN facilities will be available for use by participants in the meeting rooms.

Contributions

Contributions to CWGs should be submitted as soon as possible to contributions@itu.int. In accordance with Council Decision 556, all contributions should be submitted no later than 12 calendar days before the opening of a Council Working meeting conducted in one language without translation. Contributions should be submitted no later than 14 calendar days before the opening of a Council Working Group meeting in which work is to be conducted in all six official languages of the Union (CWG on options for the Union's headquarters over the long term). 

Source and more information


Issues: Cybersecurity

The Geneva Internet Platform is an initiative of the Swiss authorities

 

Members of the Steering Committee are FDFA, OFCOM, Canton of Geneva, ETH-Zürich, and the University of Geneva

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