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ICT and Social Responsibility

  1. ICT and SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ICT for Advocacy and Developmental Communication 1
  2. ICT for development or ICT4D is the use of information and communications technology in the field of international, socioeconomic development, and human rights. It uses ICT for the welfare of less fortunate individuals, enabling the development of society. 2
  3. Factors for the success of ICT4D 1. Community- support group 2. Facility – utilization of ICT platforms 3. Target of the Advocacy – poverty, education, care, or governance. The aim is to bridge the community with the ICT to the marginalized group or target group. 3
  4. Think about this: There are a number of ways in helping less privileged groups. As the saying goes, “If there is a will, there is a way.” 4
  5. Reflect Upon (Write your answer on your notebook) Are there instances when you used social media and ICT to help someone? How did you accomplish the task? 5
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  14. Reflect Upon What were the instances when you used social media for an activity? How did it turn out? 14
  15. The Power of Social Media Communication improvement and development has been continuously evolving. Smartphones, supercomputers and faster Internet connections paved way for more accessible and available Web applications. Mobile phones and social media are now everyday norms. Issues and posts shared in social media Web site can reach millions of users within a shorter period of time. Crimes and images of missing people are posted on social media. Some even share posts about other people doing good deeds that are often unnoticed. 15
  16. People Power I (EDSA 1) • First time that the power of communication and the power of citizens were used in the Philippines. At that time Cardinal Sin used broadcast radio to send information to the citizens. 16 The People Power Revolution (also known as the EDSA Revolution, the Philippine Revolution of 1986, EDSA 1986, EDSA I and EDSA People Power) was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines, mostly in Metro Manila from February 22–25, 1986. There was a sustained campaign of civil resistance against regime violence and alleged electoral fraud. The nonviolent revolution led to the departure of Ferdinand Marcos, the end of his 21-year presidential rule, and the restoration of democracy in the Philippines.[4]
  17. People Power II (EDSA Dos) • The popularity of mobile phones enabled group texts and chain texts that helped spread the information more quickly. 17 People Power II happened on 17 – 20 January 2001, the use of mobilephones helped pave the way for the spreading of information among users
  18. Million People March • The so-called Million People March at Luneta was the first of a series of protests in the Philippines calling for the total abolition of the Pork Barrel fund, triggered by public anger over the Priority Development Assistance Fund scam. Initial calls circulated through social media (mainly on Facebook and Twitter) to convene a protest on August 26, 2013 at Luneta Park in Manila as well as other cities nationwide and overseas. Some media commentators consider this as the first ever massive rally in the Philippines called and organised mostly through social media channels. 18
  19. • The freedom you are enjoying today is a result of the huge effort of many individuals. It is your responsibility to maintain this freedom and be responsible in exercising this freedom. 19
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