Is the Digital Revolution Leaving Access Citizens Behind?

How many of us would be prepared to wait 25 years to get our computer fixed? For a largely silent underclass in our society, being stuck with inoperable or insufficient technology for their needs is a shocking reality.

Minnie Baragwanath, Chief Possibility Officer at the Global Cente of Possibility @ AUT shines a light on some of the shortcomings of the digital revolution for access citizens in an opinion piece for Stuff and in an interview with Radio New Zealand.

RNZ: Digital Transformation Excluding Those with Access Needs

Stuff Opinion: Spare a Thought for Those Locked Out of the Digital WorldUsing a Braille display

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