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Internet Universality Indicators

UNESCO releases second draft of the Internet Universality Indicators


During Phase 3, UNESCO will conduct further work on the draft indicators around the world, with the aim of further improvements and then publishing a final version in October 2018. This will be considered in November 2018 by the Intergovernmental Council of the UNESCO's International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC).

Thereafter, a version of the research tool is expected to be available to stakeholders who are interested to map the state of Internet Universality in their own country as a way to assess the potential of national digital issues to advance the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.


The responses from the first online consultation are available here.

The consultation document of the draft Internet indicators is available here.

The responses from the second online consultation are available here.

The second draft of the Internet indicators released in May 2018 is available here.

General enquiries can be issued to UNESCO focal points, Ms Xianhong Hu (x.hu@unesco.org) and Mr. Josselyn Guillarmou (j.guillarmou@unesco.org).