The costs of exclusion

/ Alliance for Affordable Internet

Autor(es):
Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) | World Wide Web Foundation
Editor: Washington DC : World Wide Web Foundation, 2021Descripción: 23 p.: il.; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Mujeres digitales | Economía digital | brecha digital | internet | exclusión | brecha de género | impacto económicoRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: Across the world, millions of people are still unable to access the internet and participate online — and women are disproportionately excluded. Men are 21% more likely to be online than women globally, rising to 52% in Least Developed Countries. Various barriers prevent women and girls from accessing the internet and participating online, including unaffordable devices and data tariffs, inequalities in education and digital skills, social norms that discourage women and girls from being online, and fears around privacy, safety, and security. Women already achieve incredible things in the digital economy. However, their experiences as content creators and entrepreneurs are more an exception than part of everyday life. While digital exclusion limits the opportunities for women and girls unable to connect, it also has broader societal and economic impacts that affect everyone. This report estimates the economic impact of women’s digital exclusion and underlines the economic opportunity governments have to include women in a fully inclusive digital economy.
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Across the world, millions of people are still unable to access the internet and participate online — and women are disproportionately excluded. Men are 21% more likely to be online than women globally, rising to 52% in Least Developed Countries.

Various barriers prevent women and girls from accessing the internet and participating online, including unaffordable devices and data tariffs, inequalities in education and digital skills, social norms that discourage women and girls from being online, and fears around privacy, safety, and security.

Women already achieve incredible things in the digital economy. However, their experiences as content creators and entrepreneurs are more an exception than part of everyday life.

While digital exclusion limits the opportunities for women and girls unable to connect, it also has broader societal and economic impacts that affect everyone.

This report estimates the economic impact of women’s digital exclusion and underlines the economic opportunity governments have to include women in a fully inclusive digital economy.

This report is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution
4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence World Wide Web Foundation

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