The Internet is the fourth most impactful invention in human history after - the fire, the wheel, the electricity; and yet, we have barely scratched the potential of what Internet can deliver. As we move ahead with technologies and tools built to leverage the Internet, scepticism is gaining ground on the potential impact of the Internet on taking away jobs.
This Dynamic Coalition on Internet & Jobs has come from the realization of the need for sustainable and responsible automation, and the potential of the Internet to create jobs and boost the local economies. It is a result of the initiatives taken by Prof. Rajendra Pratap Gupta at the IGF, since 2018 when it was held in Paris and then, in 2019, at Berlin.
- To create jobs across sectors and geographies, through a multi-stakeholder, ecosystem approach of: Connect, Coordinate, Activate, Train, and Enable.
- To help people realise the human resource and entrepreneurial potential of the Internet across the globe.
- We will come out with an annual report on ‘Internet & Jobs’ capturing the opportunities, best practices, and success stories, to inspire people to leverage the Internet to build local economies and connect them to the global opportunities.
- Organize online and offline workshops on how local communities can leverage the Internet for a better life
- Showcase our real-life stories and brain-storm ideas and innovations at the local IGF and annual IGF meetings
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The coalition is open to any organization, entity or individual working in the field, including Standard Developing Organizations (SDOs).
- Disease Management Association of India (an organisation with a special consultative status with the United Nations - ECOSOC). Contact person: Ms. Mevish P. Vaishnav
- Mr. Jeyaseelan Jairaj, Oracle Corporation (Private Sector)
- Dr. Atul Mohan Kochhar, CEO, National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare, Quality Council of India (Government)
- OpenGrowth.org is the US registered 5013c Non Profit corporation, which anchors the mPrivacy.org initiative
- Digital Grassroots, Nairobi, Kenya (Civil Society)
- Mr. Frank Lievens, Executive Secretary, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH)
- World Intellectual Foundation (not-for-profit organisation). Contact person: Apoorva Kalra.
We work with individuals, communities, universities, organizations, and the governments to further our goals of creating a vibrant digital economy supporting the feet on the ground (local jobs).
- Prof. Rajendra Pratap Gupta, Chair | Dynamic Coalition on Internet & Jobs – emailrajendra[at]yahoo.com
- Ms. Smriti Lohia | Coordinator - Dynamic Coalition on Internet & Jobs – smritilohia17[at]gmail.com
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