World Information Society Day is observed annually in May 17 to highlight the importance of ICT and the range of issues related to the information society raised by the World Summit. Following the adoption by the General Assembly of a resolution (A/RES/60/252) in March 2006. We call on institutions and relevant parties to pay attention to these subjects because of their importance in developing the society, and making the world a small village, and adopting programs and projects, especially through young people because of their potential and investing in them to serve them and serve the community.
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