Rachel Neaman, CEO of digital skills charity Go ON UK, tells us about this week's launch. On Monday, Go ON UK launched two new digital products to help policy-makers and local organisations understand where there is a lack of basic …
There is a growing digital skills gap in the charity sector. On 30th September, we held a networking breakfast at our Innovation Centre in London. We brought together key voluntary sector organisations to discuss, and be inspired by how digital …
Yesterday marked the start of National Inclusion Week 2015. We’ve been thinking about some of the great work our partners do to give everyone in the workplace and beyond the same opportunities to access the internet and learn basic digital …
On Wednesday we held our bi-annual Digital inclusion Forum with all of our Digital Inclusion Charter signatories at the BT Tower (thanks to the generous hospitality of our charter partner BT).
As part of our continuing work to review and refresh the Government Digital Inclusion Strategy, we have turned our focus to the end user: those people who are in need of or receiving digital inclusion support or training.
Our Digital Inclusion Charter partner EE’s Techy Tea Party took place today.
We’ve been busy over the last few months building up support for our ‘Digital Friends’ initiative.
I thought it would be helpful to write a post that captures all of the areas of digital inclusion (DI) that we are working on.
Over the last few months, we’ve been carrying out consultations on the Digital Inclusion strategy with a wide range of digital inclusion thought leaders and practitioners across sectors.
In my previous post we looked at how understanding your digitally excluded customers and effective partnership working can lead to successful local digital inclusion.