Digital technologies are making it easier to access information and connect people. They offer tremendous opportunities to simplify, secure, and accelerate the migration process
Digital dividends are the returns on investments in digital technologies, in the form of growth, jobs, and services that empower, and support businesses, people and governments.
One of the hottest topics at the UN Global Dialogue on the Future of Work We Want this month was technological innovation’s impact on widening global inequality.
The interplay between technological innovation and rising inequality deserves more study and debate.
Today, 3.9 billion people – more than half of the world’s population – do not have access to Internet. This is unacceptable.
The next wave of the digital economy threatens to leave many behind, especially women and girls.
Malawi. I was typing away, trying to finish a report when the electricity went out. I forgot to save before the screen went blank.