Internet Governance

How connectivity credits could help bridge the digital divide

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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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