It’s International Women’s Day on 8 March, and we’re taking a look at women in technology and the importance of digital inclusion. There’s an indisputable gender divide when it comes to the information communication technology (ICT) industry, but the value of including women on both sides of the industry – as creators and as users – is important for diversifying input and creating the best possible digital world.
Infoxchange is excited to announce a new community partnership with Australia Post.
If you are a City of Yarra resident and would like to get creative and report on local issues that matter to you, come to one of the yarraReporter Workshops.
Get free training in writing, video production, comics and cartooning, spoken word and poetry and other forms of media.
Workshops will be starting in Spring 2014!
If you’re like many of us living in Australia, when you find yourself in a place that doesn’t have access to the internet, you can feel a little lost.
We all would like to have a happy life in place that everything is treated fair and no discriminative. However, there are some people have used their power to persecute other people, especially some men who commit violence on their friend or family.
Melbourne is famous about Victoria Street, because it has many restaurants with different nationalities such as Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Lao, Italian, Greek and Indian. The street is very dirty in the evening as it has been littered by people. It has caused the street losing its beauty and culture.
In 2013, Infoxchange had a successful year delivering on our vision of ‘Technology for social justice’. Read some of the highlights from the year.