Author: Joe Lepper
Austistica has published the animated film during Autism Awareness Week to help people better understand the condition.
The government’s annual look at cyber security breaches has found growing awareness among charities of online and data threats.
The campaign sees InLink terminals include information about local blue plaques that celebrate women and calls on users to nominate others.
A group of charity sector organisations have secured National Lottery funding to develop a range of podasts, videos and other digital resources to help improve safeguarding.
For the second year running people are being urged to promote their sponsored cycle events on social media to raise donations and awareness about prostate cancer.
A dozen charity and community benefit projects are to receive £13,000 each through Nesta’s Amplified programme, which supports digital creativity.
Scottish charity Sacro will use its funding through the Tampon Tax Fund to offer online help to women who work as prostitutes, including safety advice and signpost one-to-one help.
The joint initiative between the code’s chair Zoe Amar and the Cornwall Museums Partnership offers charities an introduction to the code and a chance to apply its principles to their organisation.
The guide has been launched by Charity Comms and involves a raft of advice and tips from non-profit sector tech experts on using digital to drive innovation.
The campaign by Read Social Tech is urging people to take breaks from social media and gaming for the sake of their mental wellbeing.