Global Wire Books is our in-house digital publishing imprint which supports the organization’s mission by presenting under-reported topics through an interactive, multimedia experience. We publish high-quality, accessible e-books, surveys and other resources addressing how technology and social innovation impacts society and human rights.
All of our publications are in English unless noted otherwise.
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The State of International Communications 2016 is an assessment of how 600 previous and current GWA clients view trends in information and communications technology (ICT) and social innovation. More than 50 percent of all web traffic now comes from mobile technology. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram continue to be the top social media tools among all participants. As print media and postal mail for accessing information continues to decline in developed countries, they remain essential resources in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
More affordable smartphones, tablets and computers have come onto the global market, making technology and communication more accessible to those who would otherwise not have access. However, cost prohibitive broadband and poor access to electricity and modern infrastructure continues to create barriers for many in the developing world and for some in low-income communities in developed countries.