Digital Inclusion in WA: What We Heard Report

Corporate report
A summary report following a community consultation on Digital Inclusion in WA.

The Digital Inclusion in WA What We Heard  Report highlights key findings from the Government's community consultation on a draft Digital Inclusion Blueprint.

We heard from 624 Western Australians and organisations from Albany to Kununurra, including the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, South Hedland, Warburton and Leonora, who told us that:

  • Western Australians experience four main barriers to inclusion – connectivity, affordability, skills and design.
  • Digital inclusion underpins full participation in today’s society.
  • Digital inclusion requires strong collaboration and partnerships with WA communities, the community sector, industry and government.

The What we Heard Report will inform a final Blueprint and a program of initiatives to make Western Australia a more digitally-inclusive State.

Documents

Digital Inclusion in WA - What We Heard Report (Accessible)
Page reviewed 12 November 2021