How can we ensure equal access to quality healthcare?

The Future of Virtual Health and Care Report framework outlines six policy pillars for building the hybrid health systems countries need to overcome health equity and access challenges.

The Broadband Commission puts universal broadband connectivity at the forefront of global policy discussions. With its membership of high-level public and private sector leaders, the Commission develops practical and sustainable policy recommendations to accelerate progress towards achieving the UN 2030 Agenda and its own 7 Advocacy Targets. ​

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Our Commissioners

The Commission is comprised of over 50 members who engage in high-level advocacy to promote broadband in developing countries and underserved communities. One of its central roles is to build partnerships between the private sector, government, civil society, and international organizations.

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Our Manifesto

The manifesto affirms the commitment of the Broadband Commission to mobilize efforts to achieve the ‘Global Goal of Universal Connectivity.’

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2025 Advocacy Targets

The Commission’s 7 Advocacy Targets function as a policy and programmatic guide for national and international action in broadband development.

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Working Group Research

With more than 30 groups to date, the Commission’s Working Groups convene industry leaders, government officials and civil society to address broadband access, affordability and use.

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Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
We examine the global pandemic through an ICT lens to identify top response & mitigation strategies and explore the vital role broadband can play in future pandemic responses.
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Connecting Learning Spaces
We explore promising practices for enabling hybrid-learning & discuss how digital learning can help ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all.
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