Emergency responses

The Global Network Resiliency Platform (#REG4COVID) is a place where ICT regulators, policy makers and other interested stakeholders can share information, view what initiatives and measures have been introduced around the world designed to help ensure communities remain connected, during the COVID-19 crisis.

In a first phase of research, the platform responses served to identify key insights from exceptional temporary regulatory measures taken during the crisis' “emergency” phase (April – September 2020).

Emergency responses

The Global Network Resiliency Platform (#REG4COVID) is a place where ICT regulators, policy makers and other interested stakeholders can share information, view what initiatives and measures have been introduced around the world designed to help ensure communities remain connected, during the COVID-19 crisis.

In a first phase of research, the platform responses served to identify key insights from exceptional temporary regulatory measures taken during the crisis' “emergency” phase (April – September 2020).

Preparing the future

With a second survey to its members and other ICT stakeholders, ITU turned to looking at the “recovery” phase of the crisis to address:

What next? Are these measures sustainable? How have regulatory frameworks evolved? What long-term policy and regulatory trends have been introduced for and by the different groups of stakeholders? What works and what doesn’t work?

Discover our latest interactive report

With this second report, ITU is working to mobilize action around the call to “build back better”. The interactive version contains key insights on the main issues that countries must tackle to prepare the recovery and will provide you with recommended regulatory actions.

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Resources

To contact us, please email us at: reg4covid@itu.int