Our digitalization platform for Social Justice

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Digialization for social Justice – No one should be left behing – Spread the love. … by pairing global ICT networks with low-tech devices like pen and paper, we can overcome last-mile challenges and barriers. We are of course seeking to create enabling conditions for the use of ICT, but by working closely with civil society and local communities we are able through these hybrid networks to meet urgent local needs

Acces to relevant information, knowledge and (business) skills for all for social justice

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KFDWB acts also as a platform that provides people with the relevant information, knowledge and (business) skills required to alleviate global challenges at the local level. KFDWB motivates, empowers, and engages people to become part of the implementation of the SDGs process and to assume active roles in shaping their communities and societies, thus literally becoming development agents. We are focusing on a proactive and inclusive approach to develop digital competences. We think that if the digitalization is used correctly and by making its resources available to all users, it can be transformed into a multiplier of the good and an enabling factor for the creation of global justice and a more.

Access to Internet for all to save the planet – The Agenda 2030 is an important strategic document signed in 2015 by the 193 ONU member Countries. The Program includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals which guides world on the way forward over the next 15 years.

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Digital storytelling is a creative, critical, and powerful way to help in education and in social justice.

Ideen, Vorlagen und Tipps für die besten kreativen Plakate


“If we don’t bring technologists into the public interest fold, we’re looking at a very dangerous world in which technology exacerbates and exponentially increase inequalities in our society.” #PublicInterestTech



ICT and internet can provide a wide range of benefits to users. That requires specific skills and knowledge. People who lack ICT skills, knowledge and understanding are limited in reaching out opportunities: jobs, business development and management, information sharing, SDGs, online courses, issues of health, legal, Women’s rights, climate change, peace, addresses, institutions, companies etc. – Read more here. We have had a wonderful training experience in Ghana, Volta region (Read more here), and in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso


We need everybody to add your perspectives, to add your voice so that we can develop technologies that can work for all of us and not just some of us. – Joy Buolamwini, Founder, Algorithmic Justice League


by pairing global ICT networks with low-tech devices like pen and paper, we can overcome last-mile challenges and barriers. We are of course seeking to create enabling conditions for the use of ICT, but by working closely with civil society and local communities we are able through these hybrid networks to meet urgent local needs.Mr Amouzou Bedi, CEO of the NGO Knowledge for Development without Borders (KfDWB)


Internet and Technology Equals Change. Does your work also involve both technology and making the world a better place? Click on the following  image to see some examples


We are collecting information on current development situations on the ground. Consequently, we are writing reports and doing researches on local development issues and challenges available online to development organizations and responsible local and national bodies in order to improve targeted development interventions. To let the wider audience know as volunteer reporter or observer of the current developmental needs and best practices at your community , please fill out this form here. It will be automatically available on our requests page within the 15 minutes. For a quick search, please use the seachbox.



The Internet has become an essential channel for e-commerce. Many criminals use the proceeds from selling counterfeit goods online to fund other types of serious organised crime such as human trafficking, money laundering or labour exploitation. Counterfeit products are often produced in un-sanitised and un-hygienic factories run by organised crime that violate labour laws, basic human rights, and environmental laws. Many workers, including children, are coerced through a form of modern-day slavery @Europol.


From economic crime to terrorism, cybercrime to child sexual exploitation and drug trafficking to the facilitation of illegal immigration… @europol