All learners must be given access to suitable tools to ensure that disadvantaged individuals and communities are not excluded from education.
Digital poverty is a challenge that requires a long vision, adequate funding, realistic planning and a holistic partnership approach.
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’.
Digital inclusion is essential for empowering incarcerated women, providing them with vital access to social networks, educational opportunities, and employment.
Welfare deserves the same, if not more, innovation, investment and focus – that many other sectors have had. We want to build the first end-to-end platform for managing community programmes more efficiently.
It’s clear that digital inclusion is as much a social issue as it is technological. How do we see this landscape shaping up in 2023?
The Online Safety Bill must impose ethics on algorithms to protect vulnerable adults, prevent the corruption of truth and democracy, and provide better protections for freedom of expression.