“In the work of the 143 assembly of the Interparliamentary Union, the problem linked to the use of information and communication technologies as an enabling factor in the field of education, in times of pandemic, was also discussed”.
He states it Matteo Rossi (Npr). “From the debate emerged the great difficulties of most nations in guaranteeing young people an adequate level of education, difficulties that emerged particularly from the African and Asian states. The greatest difficulties are represented by access – on the one hand – to the necessary information technologies and The problem of access to internet networks also emerged as one of the most limiting factors to be able to tackle this problem, which concerns the new generations. both from the side of access to internet networks and IT technologies, and from the side of the same involved, who really had to pay a lot to prepare
and carry out their lessons remotely, having to learn the use of the IT tools themselves, crucial in this new teaching process. Another aspect underlined is that linked to small states, which can be seen as “gyms” for macro contests, being places where problems emerge faster than elsewhere and – consequently – can be studied and examined as a simulacrum, where the territorial dimensions would be a major impediment to the rapid overcoming of the problems. Finally, the delegate Matteo Rossi appealed to the international community for an ever stronger commitment to guarantee all over the world sufficient information technology, internet networks and financial resources, to overcome this phase of humanity strong in having done everything. to ensure education globally.