Presentation to the Ambassadors 11 September 2017 Agenda

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Presentation to the Ambassadors 11 September 2017

Presentation to the Ambassadors 11 September 2017

Agenda 1. ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference 2017 2. ITU Telecom World 2017 3.

Agenda 1. ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference 2017 2. ITU Telecom World 2017 3. ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2018

1 World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC)

1 World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC)

Dates, Place, Venue • • 9 - 20 October 2017 Buenos Aires, Argentina Hilton

Dates, Place, Venue • • 9 - 20 October 2017 Buenos Aires, Argentina Hilton Hotel Theme: ICT④SDGs

WTDC Outcomes

WTDC Outcomes

Draft Structure of WTDC-17 • The meeting of heads of delegation • Committee 1:

Draft Structure of WTDC-17 • The meeting of heads of delegation • Committee 1: Steering Committee • Committee 2: Budget Control • Committee 3: Objectives • Committee 4: ITU-D Working Methods • Committee 5: Editorial Committee • Working Group of the Plenary: WTDC Declaration

The journey to WTDC-17 • ITU-D organized a series of six regional preparatory meetings

The journey to WTDC-17 • ITU-D organized a series of six regional preparatory meetings (RPMs) in 2016 and 2017 as part of the preparation for the conference. • CIS Region, 9 -11 November 2016, Bishkek Kyrgyz Republic • Africa Region, 6 -8 December 2016, Kigali Rwanda • Arab States Region, 30 January – 1 February 2017, Khartoum Sudan • Americas Region, 22 -24 February 2017, Asunción, Paraguay • Asia and the Pacific Region, 21 -23 March, Bali, Indonesia • Europe Region, 27 -28 April 2017, Vilnius, Lithuania

Submission of Contributions In accordance with Resolution 1 on the Rules of Procedure of

Submission of Contributions In accordance with Resolution 1 on the Rules of Procedure of the Telecommunication Development Sector (Rev. Dubai, 2014) and Resolution 165 (Guadalajara, 2010), the deadline for the submission of contributions has been set as follows: Dates of events Submission of contributions (Preferably two months before) 9 to 20 October 2017 Tuesday 8 August 2017 Deadline for submissions of Final deadline for contributions with submission of contributions guaranteed translation (no later than 14 calendar (not later than 30 calendar days before) Saturday 9 September 2017 Monday 25 September 2017 (at 2359 hours Geneva time)

 Opening ceremony Monday 9 October, 11. 00 – 12. 00 The highlight of

Opening ceremony Monday 9 October, 11. 00 – 12. 00 The highlight of the opening ceremony will be statements by the Host Country, the ITU Secretary. General and the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) High-Level Segment • Ministers and Heads of delegations will deliver statements • Four sessions are planned: • Monday, 9 October: 14: 30 h-16: 00 h and 16: 15 h-17: 30 h • Tuesday, 10 October: 11: 15 h-12: 30 h and 1430 h-16: 00 h • Each speaker will be limited to three (3) minutes speaking time. • However, the full text of the statement will be posted on the conference website

 25 th Anniversary of ITU-D Wednesday 11 October Two Ministerial Roundtables: 14: 30

25 th Anniversary of ITU-D Wednesday 11 October Two Ministerial Roundtables: 14: 30 to 17: 30 Inspiring and visionary leaders will discuss the impact of ICTs for SDGs and debate on the future of the digital economy Gala Dinner: 19: 30 at Hotel Alvear Icon A time to celebrate 25 years of ITU-D

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ITU-D 25 th Anniversary WTDC-17 Lightning session (20 min) USD 30’ 000

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ITU-D 25 th Anniversary WTDC-17 Lightning session (20 min) USD 30’ 000 Social Media Digital Wall USD 15’ 000 Exhibition stands USD 15’ 000 appointment fee Charging stations USD 10’ 000 appointment fee Platinum USD 100’ 000 Gold USD 50’ 000 package open to 2 sponsors open to 5 sponsors Silver USD 20’ 000 Discretionary package open to 10 sponsors More information at: www. itu. int/go/en/itudsponsorships or contact: [email protected] int Not less than USD 2’ 000

2 ITU Telecom World 2017

2 ITU Telecom World 2017

Hosted by Accelerating ICT innovation to improve lives faster. The global event for tech

Hosted by Accelerating ICT innovation to improve lives faster. The global event for tech SMEs, corporates and governments. 25 -28 September, Busan, Republic of Korea Busan Exhibition & Convention Center (BEXCO) 13

Exhibition The Exhibition at ITU Telecom World 2017 enables countries, organizations, corporations and SMEs

Exhibition The Exhibition at ITU Telecom World 2017 enables countries, organizations, corporations and SMEs to showcase innovative digital services, applications and solutions, as well as investment and partnership opportunities from around the world. § 26 national & thematic Pavilions from countries spanning Azerbaijan to Senegal, Mozambique to Indonesia, including Smart ABC, ITU-D & ITU-R pavilions § Independent stands including KT Corporation, Rohde & Schwarz, SK Telecom, Swisscom or Vodafone § SMEs from across the globe § Korea Pavilion & KICT

Forum & Leadership Summit “Smart Digital Transformation – Global Opportunities” § Leadership Summit focusing

Forum & Leadership Summit “Smart Digital Transformation – Global Opportunities” § Leadership Summit focusing on visions of smart societies in the future, as well as the best ways to build digital resilience § Forum: world-class speakers, international § Side Events: Discussions to be enriched by perspectives and expert opinions on the global impact and opportunities of digital transformation. Key topics include the role of data in smart digital transformation, the best ways to achieve meaningful digital inclusion and increase digital literacy, and the transformation of telecom operators. perspectives from across ITU, membership or partners, side events including with WEF, UN office of ICT, or exploring key questions around Smart AI, Banking and cities

High-level Networking & Awards § Networking Events: unique social settings for delegates to meet

High-level Networking & Awards § Networking Events: unique social settings for delegates to meet and make contact § Business Matchmaking: targeted B 2 B and B 2 G matchmaking service with a special designed networking space § Contact facilitation service: available to all exhibitors, sponsors and Executive pass holders, assists in reaching out and connecting with new contacts § Networking Event App: powerful networking tool, connecting participants before, during and after the event § ITU Telecom World Award: prestigious Awards programme recognizing innovative ICT-based solutions with real social impact, developed by SMEs, governments and larger corporates

Leaders Programme An exclusive agenda of activities for the highest-level representatives of governments, corporates

Leaders Programme An exclusive agenda of activities for the highest-level representatives of governments, corporates and SMEs in the ICT sector. Will welcome some 250 leaders from government and industry from across the world including: § 41 Ministers § 24 Regulators § 53 Cx. O’s § 12 Ambassadors Numbers of Leaders as of 5 Sept. 2017

We look forward to seeing you in Busan, Republic of Korea, in September 2017!

We look forward to seeing you in Busan, Republic of Korea, in September 2017! Register today at For more information visit telecomworld. itu. int/take-part/register/

3 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference Description ITU Strategic Plan

3 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference Description ITU Strategic Plan

ITU PP, Dubai, 29 October-16 November 2018 20 ITU PP

ITU PP, Dubai, 29 October-16 November 2018 20 ITU PP

ITU PP 21 Invitation letter to be sent on 29 October 2017 to: �

ITU PP 21 Invitation letter to be sent on 29 October 2017 to: � � � � � Member States (CV 268) Observers State of Palestine (Res. 99 (Rev. Busan, 2014)) The United Nations (CV 269 A) Regional telecommunications organizations (CV 269 B) Intergovernmental organizations operating satellite systems (CV 269 C) Specialized agencies of the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency (CV 269 D) Sector Members referred to in CV 229 (recognized operating agencies, scientific or industrial organizations and financial or development institutions) and CV 231 (regional and other international telecommunication, standardization, financial, or development organizations). ITU Associates and Academia are not invited

ITU PP 22

ITU PP 22

ITU PP 23 Further information will be made available as of October 2017 by

ITU PP 23 Further information will be made available as of October 2017 by the secretariat on the ITU website Guidelines for candidatures � Guidelines for Policy Statements to be limited to 3 minutes � Registration � Host Country � Credentials � Training package on ITU conferences �

ITU strategic plan for 2016 -2019 24 ITU vision & mission Strategic Goals and

ITU strategic plan for 2016 -2019 24 ITU vision & mission Strategic Goals and Targets ITU-R ITU-T ITU-D ITU intersectoral objectives & outcomes ITU-R outputs BR ITU-T outputs TSB ITU-D outputs BDT Intersectoral outputs GS ITU Secretariat ENABLERS Support Services

ITU’s Vision and Mission 25 Vision Mission “An information society, empowered by the interconnected

ITU’s Vision and Mission 25 Vision Mission “An information society, empowered by the interconnected world, where telecommunication/information and communication technologies enable and accelerate social, economic and environmentally sustainable growth and development for everyone” “To promote, facilitate and foster affordable and universal access to telecommunication/information and communication technology networks, services and applications and their use for social, economic and environmentally sustainable growth and development”

ITU Strategic Goals 26 Growth: Enable and foster access to and increased use of

ITU Strategic Goals 26 Growth: Enable and foster access to and increased use of telecommunication/ICT Inclusiveness: Bridge the digital divide and provide broadband for all Sustainability: Manage challenges resulting from telecommunication/ICT development Innovation & Partnership: Lead, improve and adapt to the changing telecommunication/ICT environment

Process for the 2020 -2023 strategic plan 27 SG provides input to Council (No.

Process for the 2020 -2023 strategic plan 27 SG provides input to Council (No. 74 A, Constitution) C 17 Secretariat Strategic Planning Working Group Council initiates the process by creating the CWG-SFP PP 18 C 18 WTDC-17 contribution Final Draft SP (No. 62 A, Convention) CWG-SFP Provides input and support Open and public consultations CWG coordinates the elaboration of the draft SP (Res. 1384 / C 17) • Member States • Sector Members • Advisory Groups Provide input for the preparation of a draft SP (No. 62 A, Convention) Jan 2017 May 2018 Adopts the Strategic Plan for the Union (No. 51, Convention) Strategic Plan 2020 -2023 Secretariat SG coordinates the Implementation of the SP (No. 86 A c) bis, Convention) Nov 2018

28 Linking ITU Strategic Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals Mapping ITU key activities

28 Linking ITU Strategic Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals Mapping ITU key activities & outputs to SDGs Size of the SDGs is relative to the number of key activities/outputs