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Indigenous Connectivity Summit

Building Connectivity Across 27,000 Square Miles
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Access 9 August 2018

Building Connectivity Across 27,000 Square Miles

In November 2017, the Internet Society hosted the inaugural Indigenous Connectivity Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The event brought together...

Innovative Approaches to Connecting Indigenous Communities
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Community Networks 17 July 2018

Innovative Approaches to Connecting Indigenous Communities

In November 2017, the Internet Society hosted its first Indigenous Connectivity Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This event...

We’re Going to Visit All 203 Nations
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Community Networks 21 June 2018

We’re Going to Visit All 203 Nations

In November 2017, the Internet Society hosted the inaugural Indigenous Connectivity Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The event brought together...

Sovereignty Is More Than a Designation, It Is a Responsibility
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Access 17 May 2018

Sovereignty Is More Than a Designation, It Is a Responsibility

The Internet can provide access to healthcare, education, and economic opportunity, but many indigenous communities face challenges to Internet...

The State of Broadband Connectivity in Canada’s Rural and Remote Regions
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Access 2 May 2018

The State of Broadband Connectivity in Canada’s Rural and Remote Regions

In April, the Canadian Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology presented the “Broadband Connectivity in Rural Canada: Overcoming...

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Participants Share Their Stories
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Access 13 February 2018

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Participants Share Their Stories

Madeleine Redfern, the mayor of Iqaluit – the largest and only city in Nunavut, Canada – has a colorful...

Community Report: Indigenous Connectivity
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Access 22 January 2018

Community Report: Indigenous Connectivity

The 2017 Indigenous Connectivity Summit (ICS) was the start of a critical conversation about how Indigenous communities can connect...

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Community Report
Community Networks 17 January 2018

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Community Report

Executive Summary The Indigenous Connectivity Summit, held November 8 and 9, 2017, at Hotel Santa Fe in Santa Fe,...

From Zero to One Hundred in the Arctic Slope
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Community Networks 28 December 2017

From Zero to One Hundred in the Arctic Slope

In November 2017, the Internet Society hosted the inaugural Indigenous Connectivity Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The event...

The Internet Society Hosts Successful Inaugural Indigenous Connectivity Summit
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Community Networks 17 November 2017

The Internet Society Hosts Successful Inaugural Indigenous Connectivity Summit

If U.S. Senator of New Mexico Tom Udall’s call that “we must do better” to ensure connectivity in Indigenous...

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Sheds Light on Ways in Which Indigenous Communities Bridge the Digital Divide
Access 18 October 2017

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Sheds Light on Ways in Which Indigenous Communities Bridge the Digital Divide

Two-day Event will Facilitate Conversation between Individuals and Organizations Committed to Bringing the Internet to Indigenous Communities Throughout North...

By Indigenous Communities, for Indigenous Communities
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Community Networks 3 October 2017

By Indigenous Communities, for Indigenous Communities

At the Internet Society, we believe that the Internet is for everyone. We’re standing by that belief by supporting...

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