We headed to Westminster on Tuesday 24th February to attend the Digital Leaders annual lecture on ‘Digital Democracy’.
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Tinder Foundation has created an infographic which deals with who is online and who is not in the UK, and also shows how the foundation thinks the country's digital divide can be dealt with.
People in the UK who lack basic computer and online skills feel ‘behind the times’, ‘isolated’, ‘embarrassed‘ and ‘frustrated’, according to a new survey by Tinder Foundation, the organisation behind the national network of UK online centres.
Out latest guest post is written by Helen Milner, Chief Executive, Tinder Foundation. She discusses the foundation's involvement in the NHS's digital health literacy programme.
Tinder Foundation has won a bid for a new £1 million programme funded by the NHS called Widening Digital Participation, which will allow Tinder Foundation to engage with 100,000 people who are most affected by digital and health inequalities.
Digital by Default News spoke to Dr Ellen Helsper, lecturer and programme director at LSE and Helen Milner, CEO at Tinder Foundation, regarding the recently held 7th Social Digital Research Symposium. We asked them why they set up the symposium and what they hope to achieve by it, as well as their thoughts on the government’s Digital by Default agenda.