Making digital accessible for everyone

On the 7th March we held our third One Digital event which focused on making digital inclusion projects accessible to everyone. The event was a huge success with over 80 attendees, engaging presentations, three sets of lively workshops and some great conversations.

Video of key points from the day

Opening presentations

Carnegie UK presentation on Digital and Social Inclusion
Douglas White
Diversity and Ability presentation on Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness
Atif Choudhury


Practical tools to support working with disadvantaged groups:

Theories of Change – Good Things Foundation

Overcoming Financial Disadvantage – Family Fund, Age UK South Lakes, BT

The Digital Champions Network – Digital Unite

Working with disadvantaged groups:

Working with young people who are digitally excluded – Carnegie UK and UK Youth

Working with people with learning disabilities Camphill Blair Drummond

Digital employability skills for people with learning disabilities – Enable Us

Working with people with physical disabilities – Abilitynet and RNIB

Working with older people – Age UK and Centre for Ageing Better

Working with people with mental health issues – National MIND, Buckinghamshire MIND and Richmond Fellowship

Getting online with English as a second language – Clarion Futures and Three UK

Working with people who are homeless – Mhor Collective on behalf of Get Digital/Streetwork

Many thanks to all our contributing partners…

  • AbilityNet
  • Age UK
  • Age UK South Lakeland
  • Camphill Blair Drummond
  • BT
  • Carnegie UK
  • Centre for Ageing Better
  • CKUK Glasgow
  • Clarion Futures
  • Digital Unite
  • Enable Scotland
  • Family Fund
  • Good Things Foundation
  • National MIND
  • MIND Buckingham
  • RNIB
  • Streetworks/Mhor Collective
  • Three (London Islington)
  • UK Youth