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How to build a fairer and more inclusive Digital Society?

Faced with the climate, health, economy, environment emergency, the G20 took note of the paradigm shift, formulating responses, the effects of which we will see, marking a turning point in the sign of reshaping the future, and of transition.

Towards what goals, then, is this transition headed? Which society is emerging from this process?


These are the topics of the XXI Infopoverty World Conference, held on December 3, 2021 online and livestreamed on the UN WEBCAST.

Remaining firm on its important mission of fighting poverty using innovative digital technologies, the Infopoverty World Conference was first established in 2001 with the launch of the Millennium Development Goals.

Organized by OCCAM with UN-GAID, and under the patronage of the European Parliament, the event hosted over 2000 top-level eminent panelists. Throughout the years, the Conference has continuously addressed the advancements brought about by the Digital Revolution and has progressively discovered and launched best practice models in the fields of telemedicine, e-learning, e-agriculture, and e-finance, followed by their successful implementation in many African and Latin American remote villages and disadvantaged communities.

Twenty years later, the digital revolution process is still underway, accelerated by the ongoing Covid pandemic, and it is realizing its Entelechia, thus reaching its highest level of self-accomplishment.

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