For the 10th edition of Posterheroes which proposed: 'Digital Inclusion, Becoming e-Quals.'
The first poster highlighted South Sudan as one of the many countries of the world that has a low percentage of connectivity. 
The second poster informs us that 40% of the world still doesn't have access to the internet and therefore remains stuck and isolated from the rest of the world. It also draws attention to women as one of the social groups that suffer most. 
Another group is the homeless whose lack of connection prevents them from getting out of their difficult situations and getting work, as shown by the final poster. 

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