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MESSAGE FROM NGOS NETWORK FOR RADIO AND COMMUNICATION
Published: 22. Jul. 2020 | Wednesday
BNNRC’s approach to media development is both knowledge-driven and context-sensitive, and it takes into account the challenges and opportunities created by the rapidly changing media environment in Bangladesh including community radio development giving voices for the voiceless. BNNRC is in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) accredited with World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) of the United Nations and UN WSIS prize winner 2016, Champion 2017, 2019 & 2020.
In July 2018, the Secretary-General of UN convened a High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation to advance proposals to strengthen cooperation in the digital space among Governments, the private sector, civil society, international organizations, academic institutions, the technical community and other relevant stakeholders.
The Panel completed its deliberations and submitted its final report, entitled The age of digital interdependence”, in June 2019.
In the report, the Panel included the following five sets of recommendations on how the international community could work together to optimize the use of digital technologies and mitigate the risks:
(a) Build an inclusive digital economy and society;
(b) Develop human and institutional capacity;
(c) Protect human rights and human agency;
(d) Promote digital trust, security and stability;
(e) Foster global digital cooperation.
To implement the recommendation of the Digital Cooperation report, the UN Secretary-General has launched a Roadmap for Digital Cooperation on 11 June 2020. In the newly released “Roadmap for Digital Cooperation,” the UN Secretary-General calls for action to CONNECT, RESPECT, and PROTECT all people in the digital age.