Lessons Learned from "Intersessional Meeting" in Paris
  Comprehensive reports, official documents available now
  24 July 2003. Almost a week after the Intersessional Meeting in Paris ended, some reports are available. Georg Greve of the Free Software Foundation Europe, who represented the German civil society in the government delegation, has published a comprehensive "debriefing". Wolfgang Kleinwächter, who is active in the "Internet Governance" caucus and the CRIS campaign, has written an extensive article for the German Magazine Telepolis. Karen Banks from the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) has written an overview over daily civil society activities in Paris. Now the debate has started on how to utilize the experiences and achievements at the PrepCom3 in September.

Today, the latest official working documents of the Paris Intersessional Meeting have been put online, among them the new draft summit declaration and a collection of projects for the action plan.


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