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Data Ethics as a Strategic Priority of UNESCO Information for All Program (IFAP) Geneva, 11 May 2010 Evgeny Kuzmin Chairman UNESCO IFAP Intergovernmental Council

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UNESCO IFAP – UNESCO\'s reaction to the difficulties and chances of the Information Society Information Ethics – one of the five needs of the IFAP Strategic Plan (2008–2013)

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UNESCO\'s main goal Medium-Term Strategy concentrate on: peace building destruction of destitution feasible advancement intercultural discourse

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UNESCO\'s capacities UNESCO a lab of thoughts a standard-setter a clearing house a limit manufacturer in Member States an impetus for worldwide collaboration

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UNESCO IFAP endeavors upstream arrangement guidance related limit building backing benchmarking and participation aptitudes and practices methodology for limit improvement

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UNESCO IFAP – a lead intergovernmental activity IFAP\'s key benefits: incredible breadth interdisciplinary, intersectoral and integrative approach

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IFAP Strategic Plan Five needs of the IFAP Strategic Plan for 2008–2013: Information Preservation Information Literacy Information Ethics Information for Development Information Accessibility

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IFAP Strategic Plan unambiguous and reasonable needs permit global and national offices: adjust to the difficulties of the new data environment lessen the hard effect of these difficulties increment their commitment to the advancement of every one of our countries and the whole human progress

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IFAP Strategic Plan IFAP\'s reaction to topical issues pertinent for: created nations creating nations with move financial and political frameworks

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UNESCO IFAP sees: and comprehend the issues as one interlinked entire touch base at adjusted ways to deal with their answer accumulate complex and multilevel components of national and worldwide strategies in a concordant element overcome shortly accessible and ever new risky blunders at minimum at the level of aggregate attitude

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UNESCO IFAP Contribution to research and advancements works International papers on data morals arranged and embraced for the WSIS: Recommendation concerning the Promotion and Use of Multilingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace UNESCO Charter on the Preservation of the Digital Heritage

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UNESCO and WSIS Publications on the data society: Securing a place for a dialect in the internet Measuring Linguistic Diversity on the Internet Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the Information Society Memory of the Information Society Science in the Information Society

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UNESCO and WSIS Publications on the data society Education in and for the Information Society Gender Issues in the Information Society Measuring and Monitoring the Information and Knowledge Societies: a Statistical Challenge Status of Research on the Information Society Twelve years of Measuring Linguistic Diversity in the Internet: Balance and Perspectives

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UNESCO IFAP Papers on data society strategies National Information Society Policy: A Template Information for All Program: Information Society Policies. Yearly World Report 2009

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IFAP and Information Ethics Publications on data morals Ethics and Human Rights in the Information Society Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies: a Survey Politics in the Information Society: the Bordering and Restraining of Global Data Flows

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IFAP and Information Ethics IFAP Working Groups Bureau Members in charge of the working of the WGs: Information Preservation (Austria) Information for Development (Kuwait) Information Ethics (Latvia and Venezuela) Information Literacy (Philippines) Information Accessibility (Madagascar)

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IFAP and Information Ethics Information morals - critical comprehension of the regularizing morals in the data society, including: data, information and learning creation conservation dissemination giving access to encouraging utilization

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IFAP and Information Ethics Contribution to arranging faces off regarding (2006–2008) Four provincial gatherings: Asia and the Pacific Europe Africa Latin America and the Caribbean Four last records mirroring the position and desires of districts

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IFAP and Information Ethics Facilitation of the learning collection Online Information Society Observatory\'s section on infoethics Contribution to the Global Ethics Observatory\'s: Who in Ethics Institutions Ethics Teaching Programs Ethics Related Legislation and Guidelines Codes of Conduct Resources in Ethics

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IFAP and Information Ethics Facilitation of systems administration Participation in the foundation of expert system collaboration: Universities Network on Info-Ethics Latin-American Youth Network on Info-Ethics in request to coordinate scholastic organizations and youth relationship in the mindfulness raising exercises

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IFAP and Information Ethics UNESCO\'s standard-setting capacity IFAP helps characterizing standards for majority rule, pluralistic and maintainable information social orders

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society general system for building up standards of good direct in the data society 2007 – the primary draft 2009 – the second draft

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society in view of pertinent human rights broadcasted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: regard to security flexibility of thought, soul, religion or conviction the privilege to instruction the privilege unreservedly to partake in the social existence of the group

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society tended to basically to the Member States\' legislatures incorporates suggestions for: worldwide associations business administrators clients all members of the data society

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society Structure (1): Information: Ethical Requirements Rights and Freedoms. Uniformity Access to systems and administrations Access to creation and utilization of data and substance Capacity to utilize data equipment and programming Freedom of expression Privacy

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society Structure (2): Freedom of the innovative utilization of innovation Democracy Responsibilities Security Protection of the law Intellectual property rights Responsibilities of administration suppliers

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society accessible at: http://portal.unesco.org/talked about amid the sixth session of the Intergovernmental Council for the Information for All Program (March 31, 2010, Paris)

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IFAP and Information Ethics Code of Ethics for the Information Society diverse comprehension of the pith of human rights in different societies and groups

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IFAP and Information Ethics Cooperation with IFAP better comprehension of all issues of data morals: at the level of the UN and its Member States among government officials, specialists and open everywhere

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Thank you! UNESCO Information for All Program http://www.unesco.org kuzmin@ifapcom.ru

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