A digital citizen is a person who uses information technology (IT) to participate in society, politics, and government. Karen Mossberger defines it as " those who use the Internet regularly and effectively" in her book Digital Citizenship: The Internet, Society, and Participation. They have a comprehensive understanding of digital citizenship, which is responsible and … [Read more...] about Digital citizenship: do we have both rights and duties in the online space?
We’re witnessing a new boom in the audiovisual industry in Latin America and the Caribbean. Financially speaking, it’s estimated that in 2019 alone, more than $5.7 billion US dollars were invested in audiovisual productions, which led to the creation of more than 1.6 million direct and indirect jobs in Latin America, according to a study from Olsberg SPI .And the … [Read more...] about The future of the entertainment industry depends on skills, developing creative talent, and diversity of voices in the region
Richard Wang is the CEO of the global technology education company Coding Dojo. As a leading education and technology executive, Richard is committed to creating economic mobility and increasing opportunities for workers to reskill or upskill so they can meaningfully participate in the digital economy. He is also a special guest in our blog series about the development of … [Read more...] about Workforce Development and Closing the Global Digital Skills Gap
Laura Ripani is a principal specialist in the Labor Markets Division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), in charge of coordinating the agenda for the future of work. He specializes in the area of labor markets, with a particular interest in improving opportunities for young people. Mariana Costa Checa was honored with her own Barbie. Is this one of the top … [Read more...] about Barbies, employment and digital skills