National Delivery Plan 2023 Comms Toolkit.
Help to promote the National Delivery Plan 2023
We’ve drafted some promotional posts you can share on social media to help spread awareness far and wide to ensure the National Delivery Plan 2023 is on as many people’s radar as possible. We have produced a mixture of posts focusing on some of the key messages, missions, and case studies in the NDP, as well as general promotion.
Please feel free to share these on social media. When tweeting or sharing, please use the hashtag #NDP2023
📣The Digital Poverty Alliance have launched the National Delivery Plan 2023. The National Delivery Plan is based around 6 missions to end #DigitalPoverty by 2030 and sets out both short-term and long-term actions for Government, industry and the third sector to tackle digital poverty. Read the full plan or download the overview👇
Please make sure you tag the Digital Poverty Alliance and use the hashtag #NDP2023 and we will retweet/comment/like.
📣@DigiPovAlliance have launched a National Delivery Plan 2023 based around 6 missions to end #DigitalPoverty by 2030. It sets out both short and long-term actions for Govt, industry and 3rd sector. Read the full plan or download the overview👇
Three Key Messages
The Digital Poverty Alliance’s National Delivery Plan (NDP) 2023 has arrived! The plan explores three key messages, based on findings from the UK #DigitalPoverty Evidence Review published last year.
- End #DigitalPoverty together. We need a UK-wide #DigitalInclusion strategy and an integrated awareness-raising campaign to provide sustainable and affordable access to all.
- Digital access is a basic right. We need cross-sector collaboration to ensure everyone has the support, capability, and confidence to navigate the internet now and in the future.
- Empower people and communities. We need to expand our knowledge of what works and empower local communities to develop, coordinate and scale support to end digital poverty.
Please share this post across your network. Read the full plan or download the overview👇
https://digitalpovertyalliance.org/uk-national-delivery-plan-2023/ #NDP2023 #ImpactThatMatters
Six core missions
The Digital Poverty Alliance have launched a National Delivery Plan 2023: a route map to ending #DigitalPoverty in the UK by 2030.
This plan sets out six core missions, for government, industry, and the third sector to work towards to ensure that everyone has access to the life changing benefits of digital:
- Increase awareness.
- Ensure affordable digital access for all.
- Improve accessibility, safety, and inclusiveness.
- Boost essential digital skills.
- Enhance knowledge of what works.
- Build local solutions.
While #DigitalPoverty can be measured and quantified in different ways, millions of people in the UK are certainly affected by it.
These statistics provide a snapshot into access to devices, connectivity & skills in the UK.
The Digital Poverty Alliance’s National Delivery Plan (NDP) to end #DigitalPoverty by 2030 launched earlier today.
Please share this post across your network. Read the plan, download the overview and find out what your organisation can do to help tackle #DigitalPoverty by 2030👇
#DigitalPoverty matters because of the impact it has on peoples’ lives. The National Delivery Plan highlights several excellent examples of individuals and organisations making a difference and working to end digital poverty. These include:
- Newydd Housing Association is supporting residents to access devices, connectivity and support.
- Currys’ and the DPA have developed the Tech4Families initiative to provide free devices and connectivity for families in need.
- AbilityNet is working to break down barriers for people with disabilities through the Digital Lifeline project.
- Duke’s Secondary School is embedding digital throughout the curriculum to boost educational achievement.
- The Minimum Digital Living Standard project team are conducting innovative research to improve how we measure and understand digital inclusion and exclusion.
- East Ayrshire Council and its digital inclusion network is joining the dots and bringing local partners together to tackle digital exclusion.
The Digital Poverty Alliance’s National Delivery Plan #NDP2023 launched earlier today. Read the plan, download the overview and find out what your organisation can do to help tackle #DigitalPoverty by 2030👇
The National Delivery Plan highlights several examples of organisations making a difference and working to end #DigitalPoverty incl @NewyddHousing @currysplc @AbilityNet @DukesNCEAT @LivUni & @EastAyrshire
👀 Read the plan👇
Evidence Review vs. Six missions
The National Delivery Plan is based on the UK Digital Poverty Evidence Review which we published in 2022.
The six Evidence Review recommendations have been used as the basis to create the six missions to end #DigitalPoverty.
Why not refresh your memory of our UK Digital Poverty Evidence Review 2022👉 https://digitalpovertyalliance.org/uk-digital-poverty-evidence-review-2022/
The Digital Poverty Alliance’s National Delivery Plan (NDP) to end #DigitalPoverty by 2030 launched today. Read the plan, download the overview and find out what your organisation can do to help👇
Want to describe the National Delivery Plan in your newsletter? Here’s some draft copy
Use this draft copy in your written materials to highlight the vision and goals behind the Digital Poverty Alliance and the National Delivery Plan 2023.
The National Delivery Plan (NDP) is a major strategic document produced by the Digital Poverty Alliance. The plan sets out key actions for government, industry and the third sector to ensure that everyone has access to the life-changing benefits of digital.
The plan is based around six missions which include:
- Increase awareness across society about the need for sustainable and strategic action to end digital poverty.
- Ensure affordable connectivity and guarantee full digital access for those in need.
- Improve standards of accessibility, safety, and inclusiveness across all digital products and services.
- By 2030, significantly reduce the proportion of individuals without essential digital skills and ensure the sustainability and expansion of these skills in response to changing technologies and needs.
- Enhance knowledge and understanding of digital poverty among all stakeholders, including citizens, governments, and the public and private sectors, through the development and utilisation of research.
- Increase local capacity to provide joined-up digital inclusion support to individuals and communities.
You can also pledge to help take forward these missions by visiting the DPA website here: https://digitalpovertyalliance.org/pledge-portal/
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