A Manifesto for a Connected World





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Uploaded on Oct 24, 2011

After 40 years of ITU Telecom, the time is now here for world leaders to realise the vision of the Connected World, to create the right policy and regulation to enable the private sector to invest, and to engage in capacity building and education to allow their citizens to compete on equal terms in the new knowledge economy.

Featuring: Dr Hamadoun Toure, Secretary General, ITU


  1. A Manifesto for a Connected World

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    ITU adapts to new industry challenges

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    Bridging the standards gap

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    Supporting ICT investment in developing nations

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    Social and economic opportunities of broadband

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    The democratisation of knowledge

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    ICT is the infrastructure behind every other industry

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    Dispelling the myth of rural ICT adoption in Nigeria

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    Universal access to content and applications

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    Utilising the full capabilities of ICT to meet the global demand

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    How broadband can learn from the cellphone

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    Algeria's universal service challenge

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    Protecting our children online

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    ITU11 Jaya Baloo

  15. 15

    ITU11 Alan Horne

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    ITU11 Ruhakana Rugunda

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    ITU11 Bruno Lanvin

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    Coping with serendipity: the future of ICT

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    Economic and social development in Belarus

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    The drivers of global broadband

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    Namibia's drive for ICT education

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    Adapting ICT services for Africa

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    South Africa working towards full ICT literacy

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    How broadband can learn from the cellphone

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    Global economic gloom? Now's the time to invest in ICT

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    From voice to data: the new network realities

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    Encouraging public-private partnerships in Russia

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    Providing the economic benefits of ICT

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    Smart solutions required for changing customer demand

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    Building a backbone for broadband

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    Nigeria prepares for broadband

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    ITU11 Johnathan Darmapalan

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    ITU11 Ali Abbasov

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    Connecting Malawi to the global network

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    ITU11 Ryuji Yamada

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    ITU 11 Hu Xuemei

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    ITU INTERVIEWS @ TDAG: Hans Zimmermann, International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)

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