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What does the Internet mean to you as a young person?

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The ITU want to know what the Internet means to you as a young person: If you are between 15 and 24, upload your video to your preferred online platform and send them your details and video link. Your message could be included at the Fifth World Telecommunication Policy Forum (WTPF) taking place in Geneva from 14 to 16 May 2013. Video submissions are accepted until 21 April 2013.

For more information, visit the website.

The Call to Action!

  • Share with us your vision of what the Internet means to you as a young person. Be concrete. Be creative. Be bold.
  • Make sure you address and express what role the Internet plays in your own life and the other young people around you.
  • The best and most insightful and concise videos will be selected and used by ITU, among other events, at the opening ceremony of the upcoming Fifth World Telecommunication Policy Forum taking place in Geneva, Switzerland from 14 to 16 May 2013.
  • If you are between 15 and 24, upload your video to your preferred online platform and send us your details and video link . If you are under 18, then your video must be submitted by (or with the consent of) your parents or legal guardian.
  • ITU will select for display during WTPF only a limited selection of the received video submissions. All entries must be in the form of a video, but content and style is completely up to you. The maximum permitted length is 30 seconds.

 

Source: WTPF 2013: Your Voice

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