As Internet usage grows in India, the number of communities and citizen journalists using new apps, social media platforms and websites is also growing. ‘Digitally Enabled’ is a five-part video series, highlighting the role of the Internet and technology in our daily lives that aims to bridge the knowledge gap between the policy- makers and the end users. The series is produced by the Alumni of US Government-sponsored exchange programs in collaboration with DEF and US Mission to India. Spread across five weeks, a week is dedicated for the campaigning and screening of each film.
‘Last Mile Connectivity’ talks about the advantage of Internet access in a remote village named Nichlagarh.
‘My Voice MY Right’ focuses on significance of revoking the section 66 (A) of IT Act and its impact on Freedom of Expression.
‘Power to Connect’ film deals with social media as an effective tool towards mobilization for a cause.
‘Impactful Governance’ film focuses on the significance of e-governance and how it bridges the gap between the government and the citizens.
‘Menace of Cyberstalking’ film deals with ill-effects of cyberstalking and ways to ensure cybersecurity.