Findings from a Landscape Survey of Digital Inclusion Practitioners: Needs & Opportunities Within & Post-Pandemic
Data from this landscape mapping survey shows there is no common profile of individuals seeking digital inclusion support and services. It reinforces that digital inclusion affects the vast majority of people, across all geographies and sectors, for a variety of reasons, with unequal access and impact.
Digital exclusion is a common, concurrent, and cross-cutting problem for individuals and groups that may also face any host of other social and economic barriers. To download and read the entire research report, click here or on the image below.