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Digital inclusion

In today’s digitally driven world, a digital divide persists, disproportionately affecting marginalized communities.

We envision a future where everyone, regardless of background, has equal access to digital skills and opportunities. Through collaborative projects across various thematic areas, we aim to empower and uplift marginalized groups, fostering inclusivity and sustainable progress.
Our initiatives focus on promoting digital citizenship, providing education through our Digital Academy, leveraging technology for positive change, advocating for environmental sustainability, and serving as thought leaders in bridging the digital gap.

By using the skills and passions of our people, we’re bridging the digital divide to ensure we have a future where technology is an opportunity for everyone.


Paul Hermelin, Chairman of Capgemini

Our objective

As part of our Environmental, Social and Governance policy, we have set an objective to support 5 million beneficiaries through our digital inclusion program by 2030.

Visit our dedicated ESG pages for further details.

Helping society address the impact of the digital revolution

Digital Inclusion is more vital than ever and can determine whether or not an individual is included or excluded in today’s world. As part of our efforts to close the gap, we are engaging in several initiatives designed to teach digital skills to those who need them and create new pathways to careers in tech.

Our digital literacy programs aim to bridge the digital divide. They provide access to digital tools and devices, teach foundational digital skills to the uninformed and untrained, and inspire young people and women to pursue careers in tech. In India, 3.2mn people have been made digitally literate.

Capgemini in India tackles the digital skills gap with over 55 Digital Academies in India focusing on skilling, upskilling, and enhancing employability for disadvantaged groups. Their program has inclusion at its core, with special batches and programs designed for women and individuals with disabilities.

So far, the Digital Academy program has benefited over 103,000 youth in India; more than 60% of them are women.

Through our Technology for Positive Futures strategy, we focus on unleashing energies to turn technology and innovation into a driving force of social and sustainable development. From creating impactful tech applications to offering incubation support, we engage our people to develop innovative solutions to social and environmental challenges. Our Tech4Positive Futures initiatives have reached over 1.92 million people in India in 2023.

    The great digital divide

    Capgemini Research Institute looks at why sustainability means collective action, bolder leadership, and smarter technologies.

    Transforming lives through technology

    Through the LEAP Digital Academy programme, Capgemini has been supporting India’s underprivileged youth to seek new employment opportunities

    Making technology work for everyone

    At Capgemini, our CSR efforts tap into the power of digital technology and partnerships to bring change and empower socially-disadvantaged youth

      Inside stories

      Our approach to ESG

      Our conviction is that there has never been a better time to leverage technology and human capabilities to tackle environment, social and governance (ESG) challenges.