Digital poverty doesn’t end when people finally get online. We also need to think about the quality of life people will have once they are online.
Dr Kira Allmann for the Digital Poverty Alliance Community.
In September 2020 the Government announced a new National Data Strategy, which aspired to “make the UK the safest place in the world to go online.”
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#DPIS21 Day 3: Research and Development – How Can the Tech Sector Drive Innovation in the UK Economy and Help Close the Digital Divide?
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If there is one digital exclusion issue that has been unprecedentedly spotlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is data poverty.
#DPIS21 Day 1: Digital Capability and Understanding – Digital skills in the workplace and the future of work
The future of work is digital, and the UK has some catching up to do if it aspires to a digitally capable workforce fit to meet that future.