The RSA in partnership with the Digital Poverty Alliance explore what a digitally equal future could look like and make a range of recommendations on what needs to happen to get there.
In our briefing: Offline, No One Can Hear You Scream: Achieving Digital Equity in the 21st Century we make a number of recommendations to achieve this future:
- We need backing and buy-in from local and national government
- Boosting accessibility of digital tools remains a key factor in the digital divide
- We need to explore the mental and emotional barriers of digital exclusion
- We can achieve digital enablement throughout society with appropriate IT skills training
- We need a holistic approach to digital inequality
A digitally equal future is possible but we must act now to achieve it.
If you are interested in supporting digital equity you can find out more at The Digital Poverty Alliance.
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Join Amplitude on Wednesday 17 May at 1.30pm, when they'll be talking to some of the leading voices in the world of purpose-driven creativity to discuss the secrets behind creating meaningful content that drives actionable change in 2023 and beyond.