Shining light on the ways ICTs affect people in different areas of our global community. We pose the question: ICT4who?
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Author: <span>Johanna</span>

Author: Johanna

Mobile help: Migrant women, gender-based violence & ICTs

In today’s data-driven world, even essential services are moving to the cloud at an exponential rate. Online services are increasingly offered as the default, or sometimes the only, option. While often welcomed as a positive, inclusive development, a dependence on online services and technology comes with many questions. In this …

Data by indigenous people for indigenous people – An Interview with David Berger

Indigenous Navigator collects data from indigenous people for indigenous people. In this episode, program coordinator and advisor David Berger, talks to us about monitoring the realisation of Indigenous rights through data. Indigenous Navigator is an online set of tools that collects data by indigenous people for indigenous people to monitor …

ICTs and education – can everyone keep up?

The move towards online education is rapidly accelerating, but can everyone keep step with the changes? The contrast in educational content and learning techniques for the indigenous Australians may slow down the process.  Australia’s Closing the Gap National Agreement was tabled in the Australian Parliament in 2009 with the objective …

EdTech 4 Who?

In my coming posts, I will be exploring how different development organisations utilise information and communication technologies (ICTs). To achieve their ambitious targets, public actors and NGOs tend to favor partnerships with private companies. By looking at a number of different fields, I will also attempt to bring in conversation …

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