03.08.2005 | Regional conference on governmental public domain information in Russia
The issue of access to governmental public domain Information was discussed by some 150 experts at a conference in Smolensk (Russia) in late June 2005 organized under the auspices of UNESCO’s Information for All Programme.
15.06.2005 | International Conference “UNESCO between two Phases of the World Summit on the Information Society”
International Conference “UNESCO between two Phases of the World Summit on the Information Society” was held on May 17-19, 2005 in Saint-Petersburg (Russian Federation) under the auspices of UNESCO. The Conference was organized with a view to clarify the next steps and key decisions of UNESCO with regard to the building of the global information society. One of the main objects set by the conference was drafting recommendations for determining UNESCO`s position on further implementation of provisions of the main documents adopted at the World Summit on the Information Society.
19.10.2004 | International Conference “Law and Internet” Concluded in Moscow
Experts in legal and ethical cyberspace issues from West-European and Central-Asian countries met earlier this month in Moscow, Russian Federation, at the 6th International Conference “Law and Internet”. The Conference was organized within the Framework of UNESCO’s Information for All Programme.
24.09.2004 | Address by Mr Koichiro Matsuura on the occasion of the World Congress of News Agencies
UNESCO's collaboration with the Russian Federation is also channelled through the Information for All Programme. The Russian Federation is a member of the Programme's Intergovernmental Council and there is an active National IFAP Committee under the chairmanship of Mr Evgeny Kuzmin. In June of this year, the committee organized a conference on UNESCO's Information for All Programme on the theme of "universal access to information". By all accounts, it was a useful and productive meeting.
30.06.2004 | International conference “UNESCO Information for All Programme: Universal Access to Information”
Building knowledge societies and the role of UNESCO’s Information for All Programme (IFAP) in this process were on the agenda of a conference entitled “UNESCO’s Information for All Programme: Universal Access to Information” that took place last week in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
26.11.2003 | Conference on Culture and ICT to Open in Moscow
Museums, libraries, archives experts and specialists in the field of intangible heritage preservation are meeting next week at the Sixth International Electronic Imaging & Visual Arts (EVA) Conference at the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, Russian Federation. The theme of the UNESCO sponsored Conference is "Information for all: Culture and Information Society Technologies".
28.06.2003 | The Russian IFAP Committee reported on UNESCO IFAP at the Tenth International Conference "Crimea 2003"
In the framework of The Day of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation at the Crimean Conference-2003 heads of the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme reported on this UNESCO Programme.
28.04.2003 | The UNESCO IFAP Intergovernmental Council expressed its appreciation to the delegation from the Russian Federation
The Intergovernmental Council for the UNESCO Information for All Programme during its Second Session (22-24 April 2003, UNESCO House, Paris) expressed its appreciation to the delegation from the Russian Federation for their presentation of their National Network of Public Legal Information Centres.
02.08.2002 | UNESCO IFAP was discussed at the Ninth International Conference "Crimea 2002"
The Ninth International Conference "Crimea 2002": "Libraries and Associations in the Transient World. New Technologies and New Forms of Cooperation" took place on June 08-16, 2002, in Sudak, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the Ukraine. In 2002 the topic of the conference was “Electronic Resources and Social Role of Libraries in the Future". The Russian Committee for the UNESCO Information for All Programme held a workshop on the UNESCO IFAP during the conference.
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