WSIS Forum 2022 highlights technologies for resilience, inclusion, and well-being

ITU

This year’s World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum will culminate between 30 May and 3 June with a “High-level Track”, a week of interactive high-level dialogues, ministerial roundtables, and award ceremonies for digital innovation to support sustainable economies and societies.

These final sessions conclude 11 weeks of debates and discussions among leaders and influencers aiming to drive sustainable digital transformation around the world. Ceremonies include the awarding of the WSIS Prizes 2022, an award for the Hackathon on ICTs for Indigenous Languages, and the WSIS “Healthy Ageing and Innovation” prize.

The WSIS Forum aligns technology uptake with all 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus this year on solutions boosting well-being, resilience, and inclusion.

Panel discussions will feature ministers, ambassadors, parliamentarians, heads of regulatory bodies, C-suite executives, and mayors, along with key gender and youth influencers dedicated to digital transformation.

The final week takes place at ITU Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, with options for remote participation as well as in-person attendance.

WHAT: The final week of World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2022.

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WHEN: The final week of WSIS Forum 2022 runs from 30 May to 3 June.

WHERE: All events will take place at ITU Headquarters in Geneva. Media accreditation and registration are necessary to participate, please register here.

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