Digital Equality

Date & Time

Oct 28th at 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM

Track

Decentralisation 

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In 2018 half of the world's population is expected to be online, the other half is made up of people with low literacy, low skilled, disabilities, poor, elderly and rural people.

This will be an Interactive co-learning session that will question, provoke thought and help find solutions to how applications and services can be designed to include these people in the digital world to improve their skills and livelihood.

The first part of the session will be a presentation on Decentralization and digital inclusion, after which participants would break into groups and have brainstorming sessions on problems faced, they would then come back, share what they came up with and break out again to come up with possible solutions.

This is a Learning Forum session.

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