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.
News & Updates.
June saw two launches at the DPA – our Evidence Review, and our roadshow of launches for Tech4Families.
Addressing digital poverty necessitates coordinated efforts between schools, governing bodies and edtech companies.
The UK’s Digital Strategy: Nowhere near digital for all. Today the UK Government published their long-awaited digital strategy. In short, to call this a ‘digital strategy for the UK’ is wrong.
Whether it’s accessing social security, healthcare, education or job opportunities, the digital world is...
Digital inclusion is no longer something that’s ‘nice to have’ – being cut off from digital isn’t just an inconvenience – it compounds and exacerbates poverty.
Access to the internet, to digital services, is now essential, however the Chancellor’s Spring Statement overlooked the digital poverty crisis persisting across the UK.