The Department for Work and Pensions funding will be used to explore how digital and online tools and resources can be used to help tackle parental conflict and support families.
The film is part of a research project by charity groups in Edinburgh looking at how best to support disenfranchised people in the city.
Citizens Online’s work with Surrey County Council includes pinpointing where digitally excluded people live, how they can be best supported and gaps in provision.
The grant to the National Deaf Childen’s Society from Scottish Power Foundation will expand the reach of its high tech roadshow into more schools.
The suite of resources has been created by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) as part of government efforts to support disabled people in the workplace.
Every charity deserves a chance to learn how to ‘do’ digital services - CAST's free Design Hops give them that chance, as tech for good specialist Joe Roberson explains.
The Good Things Foundation says latest figures detailing cuts to public computer access are “of huge concern”.
The government is to double the number of Local Digital Skills Partnerships to cover more areas in the south east, south west and north west of England.
Code 4000 is to teach code to more prisoners and set up an employment hub for offenders looking for tech roles when they are released.
Sara Rowbotham, who exposed the Rochdale child abuse scandal, has worked with tech social enterprise Reason Digital to develop a set of guidelines to help parents keep their children safe online.