Who's who

Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, ITU, UNESCO

Organisations Internationales, Programmes, Fonds, Instituts et autres
Travail, économie, commerce, science et télécommunications
Place des Nations
1211 Geneva 20
Switzerland
Tel:
+41 22 730 5111

"The Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development was established in 2010 by ITU and UNESCO with the aim of boosting the importance of broadband on the international policy agenda, and expanding broadband access in every country as key to accelerating progress towards national and international development targets. Led by President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Carlos Slim Helù of Mexico, it is co-chaired by ITU’s Secretary-General Houlin Zhao and UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay. It is comprised of over 50 Commissioners who represent a cross-cutting group of top CEO and industry leaders, senior policy-makers and government representatives, and experts from international agencies, academia and organizations concerned with development."