Stories from the frontlines of digital inclusion work.
Shining a light on DECA members' work. Sharing what works, the learnings, resources, tools, upcoming events and opportunities.
On Friday 7th July the inaugural Matihiko Awards are being hosted by Te Hapori Matihiko founded by Lee Timutimu and Katie Brown.
Earlier this month, we had a request from Minister Anderson to communicate our thoughts on the next steps towards achieving Digital Equity.
DECA is commissioning research on affordable connectivity and related issues
DECA is looking to expand their Te Takere | Operations Team to continue to connect and support the digital inclusion community in Aotearoa.
Many organisations have commissioned research on digital equity in the past 5 years, and DECA aims to bring this research to light
In this, an election year, it is more critical than ever that communities voices can be heard by politicians and decision makers alike.
It was an honour to serve the digital equity and inclusion communities of Aotearoa through DECA
This paper explores whether internet is affordable for all households, starts to identify & barriers and shares ideas on ways forward.
The 360 Tautua Trust serves with love, their work includes the Digi-Matua Programme
A spotlight on the complex impact of the BYOD rollout on rangatahi in the Bay of Plenty from Nikolasa Biasiny-Tule
DECA had a clear ask from the community to develop digital equity messaging for local government candidates - here it is!
We need enduring and sustainable government investment in the digital equity basics now
This hui highlighted important themes, issues and solutions in the digital equity space.
The Kura ki Pakihi – Digital Equity pitch night showcased innovative, digital solutions developed by rangatahi across Ōtautahi, Christchurch
This wānanga shared solutions about how and why the tech sector needs to prepare workplaces for Māori and Pacific youth
A Digital Inclusion Success Story. Steve's mates tried to get him interested in the internet but the reply was, "Not likely mate!"
Acknowledgement that many people in Aotearoa are unable to access support digitally is a start but more clarity is desperately needed.
Learning the harsh realities of digital exclusion is balanced by meeting passionate and diverse people of the digital inclusion community.