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Digital Connectivity

We research and campaign for improved accessibility to digital technology, and digital training and skills. Digital exclusion is a barrier to people’s enjoyment of economic and social rights in the UK.  

 

Digital technology and economic and social wellbeing

COVID-19 Lords Select Committee inquiry

Evidence to the inquiry ‘Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing’

Digitisation of the courts

Justice Commons Select Committee

Evidence to the inquiry on court capacity: digital transformation of the court estate

For more information on our digital connectivity work please contact our Campaigns and Advocacy Lead: Misha Nayak-Oliver