Bringing transparency to the ITU
The World Conference on International Telecommunications is over, and WCITLeaks.org is pleased to have played a constructive role in the process. Nevertheless, our work continues. Despite some laudable steps in the direction of greater transparency, some upcoming ITU meetings remain closed to scrutiny and input from civil society and the general public. To foster improved transparency, we will continue to offer a way for those in possession of restricted ITU documents to make them publicly available. They can be anonymously submitted to us, and we will publish them here.
ITU's sixth World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC-14) is taking place in Dubai, UAS from 30 MAR to 10 APR 2014.
Documents from WTDC are available from TIES.
Below are documents from the regional preparatory meetings for WTDC. They are organized by region.
|57||16 AUG 2013||Trinidad and Tobago||Cybersecurity Governance|
|52||9 AUG 2013||Argentine Republic||Mainstreaming a gender perspective for an inclusive and egalitarian information society|
|51||9 AUG 2013||Barbados||Cybersecurity in Small Island Developing States and Least developed Countries|
|49||8 AUG 2013||Argentine Republic||Amendment to Resolution 37 - Bridging the digital divide|
|29||21 FEB 2013||Chairman, RPM-CIS||Final Report by the Chairman|
|18||16 APR 2013||Indonesia||Strengthening Cybersecurity Measures for Member States|
|14||11 APR 2013||Telecom Regulatory Authority of India||Quality of Experience (QoE) Model|
|9||9 APR 2013||Director, Telecommunication Development Bureau||Towards the Overall Review of the Implementation of the WSIS Outcome (WSIS+10) (original, revision 1)|
The Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues is a working group of the ITU Council that works on Internet policy. The CWG-Internet is closed to non-governments.
The Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues met from 3 MAR 2014 to 4 MAR 2014 in Geneva.
|5||12 FEB 2014||Chairman||Report of the Council Working Group on International Internet-Related Public Policy Issues (CWG-Internet)|
|4||18 FEB 2014||United States of America||Contribution from the United States of America - Open Consultation|
|3||17 FEB 2014||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||Contribution from the United Kingdom - UK paper on an Open Consultation|
|2||12 FEB 2014||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||Contribution from the United Kingdom - Opening Up the Policy Making Process: the UK Multi-stakeholder Advisory Group on Internet Governance|
|1||12 FEB 2014||SG||Draft Agenda|
|39||24 FEB 2014||N/A||Compilation of responses received on Questionnaire to Member States|
|38||13 FEB 2014||Brazil||Response from Brazil|
|37||13 FEB 2014||India||Response from India|
|36||11 FEB 2014||Bulgaria||Response from Bulgaria|
|35||10 FEB 2014||Norway||Response from Norway|
|34||10 FEB 2014||New Zealand||Response from New Zealand|
|33||10 FEB 2014||United States of America||Response from the United States|
|32||10 FEB 2014||Morocco||Response from Morocco: Annex 1, Annex 2, Annex 3, Annex 4, Annex 5, Annex 6, Annex 7, Annex 10, Annex 11, Annex 12|
|31||10 FEB 2014||Saudi Arabia and Bahrain||Response from Saudi Arabia and Bahrain|
|30||10 FEB 2014||Canada||Response from Canada|
|29||10 FEB 2014||Paraguay||Response from Paraguay|
|28||10 FEB 2014||Sweden||Response from Sweden|
|27||10 FEB 2014||Russian Federation||Response from the Russian Federation|
|26||10 FEB 2014||Australia||Response from Australia|
|25||10 FEB 2014||Korea (Republic of)||Response from the Republic of Korea|
|24||7 FEB 2014||Turkey||Response from Turkey|
|23||4 FEB 2014||Japan||Response from Japan|
|22||3 FEB 2014||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||Response from the United Kingdom, Annex 1|
|21||3 FEB 2014||Uruguay||Response from Uruguay|
|20||3 FEB 2014||Mauritius||Response from Mauritius|
|19||31 JAN 2014||Denmark||Response from Denmark|
|18||31 JAN 2014||Belarus||Response from Belarus|
|17||31 JAN 2014||Poland||Response from Poland|
|16||31 JAN 2014||Zambia||Response from Zambia|
|15||31 JAN 2014||Ukraine||Response from Ukraine|
|14||31 JAN 2014||Qatar||Response from Qatar|
|13||31 JAN 2014||Rwanda||Response from Rwanda|
|12||31 JAN 2014||Moldova||Response from Moldova|
|11||31 JAN 2014||Lithuania||Response from Lithuania|
|10||30 JAN 2014||Oman||Response from Oman (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority)|
|9||30 JAN 2014||Iraq||Response from Iraq|
|8||29 JAN 2014||Czech Republic||Response from Czech Republic|
|7||29 JAN 2014||Botswana||Response from Botswana|
|6||29 JAN 2014||Singapore||Response from Singapore|
|5||28 JAN 2014||Portugal||Response from Portugal|
|4||28 JAN 2014||Switzerland||Response from Switzerland|
|3||26 JAN 2014||Sudan||Response from Sudan|
|2||25 DEC 2013||Oman||Response from Oman (Information Technology Authority)|
|1||12 FEB 2014||SG||Circular Letter No 168|
The Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues met from 11 NOV 2013 to 12 NOV 2013 in Geneva.
|1||8 NOV 2013||SG||Information document of the Secretary-General on the outcome of the informal consultations on international Internet-related public policy issues|
The Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues met from 30 JAN 2013 to 31 JAN 2013 in Geneva.
|7||31 JAN 2013||Chairman||Final Report of the CWG on International Internet-Related Public Policy Issues (CWG-Internet)|
|6||30 JAN 2013||Iran||Contribution from the Islamic Republic of Iran - Proposed public policy statement on IPv4 transactions|
|5||30 JAN 2013||United States of America||Contribution from USA: Internet Protocol Numbering Principles|
|4||30 JAN 2013||United States of America||Contribution from USA: Open consultation topic|
|3||25 JAN 2013||Saudi Arabia||Contribution from Saudi Arabia: Public policy statement on IPv4 transactions|
|2||16 Jan 2013||Rwanda||Contribution from Rwanda - Internet Governance Principles|
|1||16 JAN 2013||N/A||Draft Agenda (original, revision 1, revision 2)|
The Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues met from 8 JUN 2012 to 10 JUN 2012 in Geneva.
|4||11 JUN 2012||N/A||Report of the First meeting of the CWG on Internet|
|3||4 JUN 2012||Saudi Arabia||Contribution from Saudi Arabia - Impact of Resolution 102 (mod. PP-10) and Council Resolution 1336 (2011) on the Council Working Group and open consultations with stakeholders|
|2||31 MAY 2012||Brazil||Contribution from Brazil -Principles for the Governance and Use of the Internet|
|1||11 MAY 2012||N/A||Draft Agenda (original, revision 1)|
Dedicated Group (CWG-Internet predecessor)
The Dedicated Group on international Internet-related public policy issues met five times in Geneva.
|15/12||17 JUN 2009||Saudi Arabia and Syria||New, Alternate Internet Based on Innovative Technologies|
|2||10 APR 2013||SG||Draft Time Management Plan (original, revision 1, revision 2, revision 3, revision 4, revision 5)|
|2||10 JUN 2013||SG||List of participants (original, revision 1, revision 2, revision 3, revision 4, revision 5, revision 6, revision 7, revision 8)|
|3||13 JUN 2013||USA, Sweden||Input from the United States of America and Sweden to the Meeting of the Drafting Group on Resolution 1334 (WSIS+10)|
|86||10 JUL 2012||SG||Resolution 1344 - The modality of open consultation for the Council Working Group on International Internet-related Public Policy Issues (CWG-Internet)|
|56||18 JUN 2012||Russian Federation||Contribution from the Russian Federation - ITU Internet activities: Resolutions 101, 102 and 133|
|48||5 JUN 2012||Secretary-General||Conformance and interoperability programme - Status report and proposed action plan|
|37||16 APR 2012||Secretary-General||General conclusions and executive summary of the final report: provision of a business plan for conformance and interoperability by KPMG|
|7||16 APR 2012||Secretary-General||Final Report - Provision of a Business Plan for conformance and interoperability|
|31||22 AUG 2011||Secretary-General||ITU Internet activities: Resolutions 101,102 and 133|
The Council Working Group on WSIS: Implementation of Outcomes is a working group of the ITU Council that works to "to facilitate membership input and guidance on the ITU implementation of relevant WSIS outcomes and to elaborate proposals to the Council that may be necessary for adapting ITU to its role in building the information society."
The Council Working Group on WSIS Implementation met from 30 MAY 2013 to 31 MAY 2013 in Geneva.
|43||10 JUN 2013||N/A||WG-WSIS-22-43-Addendum to the Report of the Council Working Group on World Summit on the Information Society|
|42||10 JUN 2013||N/A||WG-WSIS-22-42-Final Draft ECOSOC Resolution on Science and Technology (approved on 7 June 2013, Friday)|
|41||10 JUN 2013||N/A||WG-WSIS-22-41-ECOSOC Resolution on WSIS|
|38||31 MAY 2013||N/A||WG-WSIS-22-38-WG-WSIS Report to Council|
|37||30 MAY 2013||N/A||WG-WSIS-22-37-Proposals to Council Related to the WSIS+10 High-Level Event|
Study Group 11
|70||27 FEB 2013||WP4/11 Chairman||ITU-T SG11 Action plan for ITU C&I Programme implementation|
Study Group 13
|108||5 FEB 2013||China Unicom||Business Requirement for big data of telecom operators|
Study Group 17
|4068||16 APR 2008||Editors||Draft text of X.tb-ucr: Traceback Use Cases and requirements|
General Secretariat Multi-address Letters 2012
These are letters from the Secretary-General to ITU members.
|1024||30 JUL 2012||Secretary-General||Invitation to the Fifth World Telecommunication/ICT Policy Forum (WTPF-13), in Geneva, Switzerland, from 14 to 16 May 2013|
|1003||31 JAN 2012||Secretary-General||Planning schedule for the fifth World Telecommunication/Information and Communication Technology Policy Forum on Internet-related public policy issues|