Internet Governance

How connectivity credits could help bridge the digital divide

Almost half of the world's population do not have internet access, and the gaps tend to be in poor areas Image: Photo by NASA on Unsplash

Christopher Fabian

Co-Founder and co-Lead, Giga, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

Bill Tai

Chairman and Co-Founder, ACTAI Global

Aya Miyaguchi

Executive Director, The Ethereum Foundation

Andile Ngcaba

Founder and Executive Chairman, Convergence Partners

Alex Wong

Chief, Special Initiatives and Co-Lead, Giga, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

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