PrepCom2: Civil Society submits contributions
  Geneva, 25.2.2003. At the start of the final phase of PrepCom2 negotiations, the organisations of civil society present at the Geneva conference have submitted a variety of extensive proposals on the content of the WSIS declaration and the action plan. Based on individual papers developed by the thematic working groups, the civil society drafting committee compiled a common proposal on vision and principles of the WSIS, as well as a priority list of principles. A proposal for the action plan will be submitted for the beginning of government negotiations on this document. In order to achieve maximum effectiveness, the civil society proposals are based on the structure of the "Green Paper", which governments have agreed to use as starting point of debate. The common position within civil society once more exemplifies their ability to act commonly and efficiently.
Vision and Principles | "7 Musts" - list of priorities | Thematic Working Groups |
Civil Society Comments on the Draft Declaration  | Plan of Action: Civil Society's Priorities

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