IGF 2019 OF #9 Strengthening Digital Ecosystem for Better Digital Inclusion


In today's digital era, certainty and guarantee for digital inclusion is needed. Digital inclusion is a framework for assessing and considering access to opportunities in a digital era. Digital inclusion requires availability: a). availability of high-speed internet access infrastructure, b). digital literacy education program for acceleration of adoption, and c). information technology specifically in the form of online service platforms and useful applications. Of course the three things above require a very strong adhesive, in the form of multi-stakeholder collaboration work. Multistakeholde work of course has become something that is accepted and appreciated by various parties as a way of being transparent, accountable and legitimate in order to achieve common goals. Internet access, digital literacy and information technology services, along with multistakeholder collaborative work form an ecosystem, a digital ecosystem, which of course will differ in challenges and opportunities from one country to another. For this reason, it is necessary to exchange ideas and brainstorming from related parties so that collaborative work in each country can strengthen the digital ecosystem, and of course, ultimately can support the realization of digital inclusion.


Organizers: Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia (MCIT) Co-organizers: - ID-IGF (Indonesia Internet Governance Forum) - SIBERKREASI (Indonesian Digital Literacy National Movement)


(proposed speakers, alphabetical order) - Mr Arnold can Rhijn (Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, Senior Policy Coordinator Global Internet Governance) - Mr Anang Latif (The Telecommunication and ICT Accessibility Agency of Indonesia, CEO) - Mr Dedy Permadi (Indonesia Digital Literacy National Movement SIBERKREASI, Chairman) - Mrs Irene Poetranto (Citizen Lab of University of Toronto, Senior Researcher) - Mr Jake Lucchi (Googgle, Head of Online Safety and Social Impact) - Mrs Stephanie Borg-Psaila (Geneva Internet Platform, Interim Director) - Representative from ID-IGF

Online Moderator

Indriyatno Banyumurti (ID-IGF)


GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 5: Gender Equality
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 10: Reduced Inequalities
GOAL 17: Partnerships for the Goals