In just a few days, The ITU Telecom World 2011 event will take place in Geneva, Switzerland. As part of the culminating session for that event, we are inviting everyone to contribute their suggestions for a Manifesto for Change that will be read to thousands of stakeholders in the ICT industry.
To contribute a suggestion for the Manifesto for Change, please post under this forum a tweet-length (140 characters or less) suggestion on what ICT organizations can do to get more people connected. Beside your suggestion, please write down your name and the country you come from.
Your answers will be submitted during the live stream of the closing session of the ITU Telecom World 2011 event and broadcast to the thousands of people attending the event and watching online. This is a wonderful opportunity to let our voices be heard. So let's make good use of it. Share your suggestions for change now!
To get the discussion started, I'll offer up my own suggestion. To get more people connected, we should: Support digital literacy programs for minorities and people living in remote & rural areas.
Thanks for sharing these links! Do the literacy courses deal with just literacy instruction in general or is training for digital literacy also included?