The E-Waste monitors are developed and supported by the following organizations:

UNU-ViE Sustainable Cycles (SCYCLE)

The Sustainable Cycles (SCYCLE) Programme co-hosted at the United Nations University (UNU) and United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU joined forces to create the Global e-waste Statistics Partnership (GESP). Its main objectives are to improve and collect worldwide e-waste statistics in an internationally standardised way. The Partnership will also raise visibility on the importance of tracking e-waste, and deliver capacity building workshops. In July 2020, the GESP published the Global E-waste Monitor 2020, now it its third edition, which shows continued global growth in the generation of e-waste. Also Regional E-waste Monitors are co-developed under this Partnership. National E-waste Monitors are mainly authored by the SCYCLE team.

Unitar, United Nations Institute for Training and Research

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ITU, The International Telecommunication Union

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the leading United Nations agency for information and communication technologies (ICTs), driving innovation in ICTs together with 193 member states and a membership of nearly 800 private sector entities and academic institutions. Established over 150 years ago in 1865, ITU is the intergovernmental body responsible for coordinating the shared global use of the radio spectrum, promoting international cooperation in assigning satellite orbits, improving communication infrastructure in the developing world, and establishing the worldwide standards that foster the seamless interconnection of a vast range of communications systems. From broadband networks to cutting-edge wireless technologies, aeronautical and maritime navigation, radio astronomy, oceanographic and satellitebased earth monitoring, as well as converging fixed-mobile phone, Internet and broadcasting technologies, ITU is committed to connecting the world.