Can Digital Justice Meet Social Justice? Lessons from Kerala During the Pandemic (Issue Paper 4)

This paper looks at the consequences of widespread digitalization in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the role of the state in assuring social protection through access to digital technologies. Using the example of the southern Indian state of Kerala, the paper explores digital justice and its overlaps with social justice, with a special focus on online education, and argues that pre-existing and ongoing social justice approaches and initiatives have provided a critical underpinning for digital justice in the state. 

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