Tag: Digital inclusion
The Good Things Foundation and J.P Morgan link up to help small businesses and communities build their digital skills.
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.
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 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.
The Learning Foundation, Nominet and the Greater London Authority are among the cross-sector organisations involved in setting up digital inclusion group Digital Access For All.
The Good Things Foundation is celebrating helping one million people with their digital skills, but warns 6.9m will still be excluded by 2028 at the current rate of change.
The government’s Digital Inclusion Fund is backing the development of ‘smart homes’ for the elderly, an app to combat obesity and video consultations in palliative care.
A consortium of organisations headed by New Philanthropy Capital will look at how success stories from Building Connections Fund projects can be mirrored nationwide.
Accessibility charity See Around Britain needs photographers, writers and administrative support to boost the number of destinations and venues it covers.