In July 2021, the ITCILO, a United Nations training centre, hosted the Digital Inclusion Summit. Participants explored 4 radical ideas about what digital inclusion means and crowdsourced 42 provoking ways to take action, leaving no one behind.
Sized as a 12-inch vinyl, the book is a “record on paper” of that process. Every page of the publication is a place of inclusion, from contents to form. Numbers, circles, and sans serif elements associated with the digital world unite, fuse, and include the squares, letters, and serif fonts of the analog world. It’s a book of contrasts, just like the digital revolution: one of the biggest issues facing today’s society.