www.chornobyl.net is the best Internet project of year 2005

The Chornobyl Center site www.chornobyl.net has won the World’s contest “World’s best e-contents – 2005” (World Summit Award the world’s best e-contents (WSA) at the national level in nomination “Electronic Science”.
 The contest has been held in Ukraine under the initiative of Ukrainian Internet Association and European Academy of Digital Media from June 9 till July 15 2005. Grand award presentations to the winners took place in Information Agency UNIAN on June 19.

WSA (World Summit Award the world’s best e-contents) is a global contest for selecting and promoting the World’s best e-contents projects. The contest sees as its goal the overcoming of digital divide and enlargement of people access to high-quality Internet resources.

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The contest is held under the patronage of 8 world’s presidents within the framework of the UN World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS, Tunis 2005). The contest was established in 2003. The project network includes 120 organizations that are involved in multimedia production development on national and international levels. All project arrangements are held on the basis of fruitful collaboration between national and international organizations, governments, and nonprofit public organizations and private companies.

In 2005, the project involves 168 countries of the world. Putting its focus on cultural identity and national diversity, the WSA looks for multimedia projects that provide effective and creative approaches to quality contents internet filling. Thus, the educational, scientific and cultural heritage of the people of the world that gradually transforms into digital format and becomes world-accessible.

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