09 Jun '17, 8am

(.eu) Renewal of MOU with UNESCO

Following the initial signing of an MOU between EURid and UNESCO in February of 2013, both parties have agreed to continue to successful collaboration with its renewal. Both parties will continue to carry out common projects to contribute to the promotion of multilingualism in cyberspace with special focus on research and analysis of the International Domain Names (IDN) deployment, preparation of joint World Report(s) on the IDN deployment, cooperation in preparation of joint events, meetings and projects involving experts from various professional and academic communities, industry as well as other international, regional and national organizations. Since 2016 the IDN World Report is available online at idnworldreport.eu .

Full article: https://eurid.eu/en/news/renewal-of-mou-with-unesco/

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