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WSIS Stocktaking process provides a portal of best practices for stakeholders seeking updated information on the progress of implementation of WSIS outcomes as well as serving as a mechanism for sharing experiences on WSIS related activities.The WSIS Forum 2016 represents the world's largest annual gathering of the 'ICT for development' community.
WSIS Prizes is an immediate response to the requests expressed by WSIS stakeholders during the WSIS Forum 2011: to create a mechanism to evaluate and reward stakeholders for their efforts in the implementation of WSIS outcomes.Announcement of winners to the public during WSIS Prizes 2016 Ceremony at WSIS Forum 2016, and the release of publication "WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories 2016", which is a compilation of extended descriptions of the 18 winning projects.During Phase II, an Expert Group revised the projects referring to the rules for project submission and nomination criteria.The outcome of the Expert Group's work was a list of nominated projects listed below.The contest of WSIS Prizes 2016 is organized into five phases; submission, nomination, voting, selection, and announcement of winners.The 18 winners of WSIS Prizes will be honored, recognized and presented with an award during WSIS Prizes 2016 Ceremony at the WSIS Forum 2016, to be held from 2 to in Geneva, Switzerland.
Call for New Entries for the contest of WSIS Prizes 2016.
The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) resolution 2015/26 "Assessment of the progress made in the implementation of - and follow up to the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society", that reiterates the importance of sharing best practices at the global level, and, while recognizing excellence in the implementation of the projects and initiatives that further the goals of the World Summit, encourages all stakeholders to nominate their projects for the annual World Summit project prizes as an integral part of the World Summit stocktaking process, as an integral part of the WSIS Stocktaking process, while noting the report on the WSIS success stories.
The WSIS Prizes are an integral part of the WSIS Stocktaking Process that was set up in 2004 (Para 120, Tunis Agenda).
The WSIS Prizes contest provides the platform to identify and showcase the success stories and models that could be replicated, to empower the community at the local level, to give the chance to everyone to participate in the contest and mainly to recognize the efforts of stakeholders for their added value to society and commitment towards achieving WSIS goals.
The contest of WSIS Prizes is open to all stakeholders: governments, private sector, civil society, international organizations, academia and others.
The contest comprises 18 categories that are directly linked to the WSIS Action Lines outlined in the Geneva Plan of Action.