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|Indigenous digital inclusion plan: discussion paper - September 2021||1.78 MB|
This discussion paper provides a basis for stakeholder consultations supporting development of the Australian government’s Indigenous digital inclusion plan. It provides an overview of issues relating to digital inclusion for Indigenous Australians, including identification of barriers to digital inclusion and the role of existing programs and services.
The plan will focus on three elements of digital inclusion: access, affordability and digital ability. It will also consider the need for better data to measure improvements in Indigenous digital inclusion.
The discussion paper has four sections:
Each section explores known issues and includes questions prompting stakeholders to provide further information on the issue or related issues. The questions are intended as an aid to prompt and guide discussion and submissions to the discussion paper.