Zopadpatti re!

CCDS conducts media literacy workshops that not only help socially-excluded urban communities understand and use the internet, but also represent their voice online by creating their own content. ← Phule Nagar: Connected Expert Consultation on Child Online Safety...

Phule Nagar: Connected

In a pilot project aimed at addressing digital inequality in urban India, 1200 low-income and socially-excluded households in Phule Nagar, Pune, have free WiFi internet access. To overcome barriers of age, gender, education and ICT skills, a computer and internet...

Real Net Natives

For young male internet users from low-income urban settlements, the real and the virtual have fused. Online, caste, income, educational and occupational barriers can be transcended, the distance between genders bridged. A film by Aritra Bhattacharya, produced by...

Mee, Aai Ani Internet

CCDS’s research on barriers to internet access reveals that only one in 10 women from low-income, socially-excluded urban communities were online in 2014, as against 3 out of 10 men. Priya is one of the few women to have not just the resources, but the freedom,...