BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, and the DPA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the joint aim of ending digital poverty in the UK by 2030.
Month: September 2023.
All learners must be given access to suitable tools to ensure that disadvantaged individuals and communities are not excluded from education.
#Joiningthedots is a rallying cry to get everyone to be joined up with our thinking and actions so that initiatives already happening can be more sustainable, scalable, systemic, strategic, further reaching and faster.
Digital poverty is a challenge that requires a long vision, adequate funding, realistic planning and a holistic partnership approach.
Celebrating our work to eliminate digital poverty while raising awareness, bringing together communities and increasing support.
Family Fund aims to make a difference with essential items and services that ease daily pressures and improve quality of life.
Project delivering 4000 free training sessions to people over the age of 65 to become digitally included through a series of workshops.
Digital Poverty, Limited Digital Literacy and Inadequate Language Support are Impeding Minoritised Ethnic Communities’ Access to Digitalised Services
Digital poverty, limited digital literacy and inadequate language support pose significant barriers to accessing digitalised services.
Bridging the Digital Divide: The Imperative of Ending Digital Poverty through DAISI (Digital accessibility, inclusion support and innovation) at GRCC
Through its impactful work in Gloucestershire, DAISI is moulding a digitally inclusive future, ‘one click at a time’.
DPA and Currys expand Tech4Families to provide devices for disadvantaged families across Northern Ireland & Lincolnshire Coast
Tech4Families scheme expands to help drive digital inclusion by connecting disadvantaged families in Northern Ireland and Lincolnshire coast.