Project Prize Ceremony

Some articles on project prizes:

World Summit On The Information Society - The WSIS Stocktaking Process - WSIS Project Prizes 2012
... The new WSIS Project Prizes now form an integral part of the WSIS Stocktaking Process established in 2004 ... WSIS Project Prizes 2012 containing 18 categories was created to encourage all groups of stakeholders, from all over the world, to share their experiences on WSIS implementation ... The 18 categories of the WSIS Project Prizes 2012 are linked to the WSIS Action Lines outlined in the Geneva Plan of Action ...

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