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Working with partners on a country-by-country basis, GIPI is:
GIPI serves as a resource to local stakeholders in the Internet policy development process. The project's goal is to promote: transparency and predictability in business regulation; competition, privatization, open networks and universal service in terms of telecomm policy; and market-driven solutions, user-control and human rights protection in terms of government control. The key people in GIPI are the country coordinators who help local stakeholders to develop the capacity to promote sound policies supporting an open Internet.
Promoting Internet Policy and Regulatory Reform in Vietnam March 2004 [pdf]
Promoting Internet Policy and Regulatory Reform in Indonesia, February 2003 [pdf]
Shaukat Valitov's speech at Radio Liberty's 50th Anniversary Conference : "The Development of Information and Communications Technology in Uzbekistan"
Assessment of ICT Infrastructure and Policy in Serbia, December 2002 [pdf]
UNECE Country Readiness Assessment Reports - Towards a knowledge-based economy, November 2002
UNDP National Human Development Report 2001-2002 Tajikistan: ICT for Development.
George Sadowsky, GIPI Executive Director, [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Jim Dempsey, GIPI Policy Director, [an error occurred while processing this directive]
Anthony Garrett, GIPI Development Director, [an error occurred while processing this directive]