LINKS - Internet and New Information Technologies in Developing Countries

Association for Progressive Communication (APC), an Internet network of NGOs
http://www.apc.org

Catalysing Access to ICT in Africa (CATIA), "aims to enable poor people in Africa to gain maximum benefit from the opportunities offered by Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and to act as a strong catalyst for reform"
http://www.catia.ws

Development Gateway: Information and Communication Technologies for Development, Information on 25 key issues ranging from telecentres, to gender and ICT for development
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/ict

GlobalCN Partnership and the World Forum on Community Networking (an international NGO created by Canadian community networks), present inter alia a detailed collection of events and information about issues related to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) http://www.globalcn.org/en/accueil.ntd?sort=1.10

Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP), "is a worldwide network committed to harnessing the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for sustainable and equitable development"
http://www.globalknowledge.org

Information for Development Program (InfoDev), a grant program of the World Bank "for the innovative use of information and communication technology"
http://www.infodev.org

International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD), "assists developing countries to realise locally owned sustainable development by harnessing the potential of ICTs"
http://www.iicd.org

Servicio de Observación sobre Internet (SOI), a weekly news service focussing on technological, sociocultural and religious aspects of the international development of the Internet (in Spanish)
http://www.observatoriodigital.net

United Nations Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Task Force
http://www.unicttaskforce.org

World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), official website
http://www.itu.int/wsis

World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), website from the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Germany. The website is in German and English and provides an excellent entrance to the WSIS from a civil society perspective
http://worldsummit2005.de