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ICT For Our Futures

TEKKRU Media’s Debut Video

The implementation of Information Communication Technology (ICT) into First Nations communities in BC is a topic that several aboriginal and government organizations have been keen to talk about.  Urban communities currently have different opportunities and services in comparison to rural communities, which has a significant impact on the lives and futures of the majority of the aboriginal population.  Increased levels of health care, education and economic development are a few areas that the TEKKRU Media Team wanted to talk about in the short advocacy video called “ICT For Our Futures”.  This video is important because it voices the desires of the aboriginal YOUTH community in regard to ICT implementation.  It is important for everyone to remember that in the world of ICT, YOUTH are a strong, able and experienced army that can and will lead the future of the digital world.

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April 9, 2009 - Posted by | TEKKRU Team Talk

2 Comments »

  1. GREAT PROMO VIDEO!

    How can people/politicians help your efforts?

    Are people on reserve starting to use ICT more?

    Do the health centres have video conferencing capacity yet?

    You guys are right on the money here – keep it up and let me know how I can help?

    Comment by Erika Rolston | August 31, 2009 | Reply

  2. Hi,

    Came across your site while googling for something else but so glad I did! Love the video above and hope you guys keep up the fantastic work!

    Cheers,
    Alex

    Comment by Alexandra | October 7, 2009 | Reply


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