Adopted at the fifth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean
From the document:
In 2015, the fifth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society in Latin America and the Caribbean was held in Mexico, in order to take stock of the agreements in place and resume the policy dialogue with a view to the post-2015 world, incorporating the emerging challenges of the digital revolution and their impact on public policy.
This regional agenda will, in turn, serve as an input for the global process of reviewing outcomes and preparing a new agreement in the framework of the World Summit on the Information Society, scheduled by the United Nations General Assembly for late 2015.
This agenda sets forth 23 policy objectives in five areas of action. The areas are:
- Access and infrastructure
- Digital economy, innovation and competitiveness
- E-government and citizenship
- Sustainable development and inclusion
- Governace for the Information Society