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.
Phase 1: Emergency
Taking action to keep communities connected
The power of digital technologies has come into sharp focus, as work and schooling progressively move into the home. Around the world, institutions and individuals are urgently seeking digital strategies that can help mitigate the catastrophic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals, communities, institutions, companies and the economy.
In this unprecedented global emergency, we reached out to encourage you to share information about initiatives that regulators and operators are introducing in areas like:
Broadband availability, affordability, accessibility
Consumer protection and more
Universal service strategies
Traffic management, prioritization of traffic
Quality of service and quality of experience
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Phase 2: Recovery
How is the ICT regulatory community preparing the future?
ITU is now looking at the “recovery” phase 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?
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New 10-min survey on the impact of immediate measures and upcoming recovery policies.
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#DigitalCooperation is 🔑 to #COVID19 recovery.— Doreen Bogdan-Martin (@ITU_BDTDirector) November 11, 2020
To help countries & communities stay connected, we launched #REG4COVID platform, set out a global #DigitalAgenda for immediate actions & launched #Connect2Recover to galvanize action for affordable & reliable #connectivity.#IGF2020