We act based on what we know and we always learn from what we do. We also think that sharing and collaborating is the best way to move things forward. Take a look at our research and insights and get in touch if you want to talk to us about what we do.
Disability and the digital divide
Explore the digital accessibility gap with this new blog from Good Things' Policy and Advocacy Assistant, Urko Beltran de Guevara.
Our learnings from the Digital Skills Pathway for Shared Prosperity pilot
Katie Heard, our Head of Research, reflects on the UKCRF Digital Skills Pathway for Shared Prosperity - our pioneering pathway for change.
Digital divides and rural realities
As the Minimum Digital Living Standard project progresses, Dr Emma Stone draws together insights from stakeholders and wider research on rural digital inequalities in this long read.
Digital Inclusion in Libraries in England
Good Things Foundation and Libraries Connected collaborated to research libraries’ role in digital inclusion. These are the key findings and our recommendations for action.
How do we solve digital exclusion in a cost of living crisis? Our submission to House of Lords
How do we solve digital exclusion in a cost of living crisis? Good Things Foundation's submission to House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee inquiry.
Good Things Foundation strategy: 2022-2025
Our ambitious strategy sets out how we will Fix the Digital Divide - for Good.
Doing Digital in Later Life: A practical guide
Our evidence-based practical guide for supporting over 75s to access digital inclusion support.
How-to guide: Place-based collaboration for digital inclusion
This guide focuses on place-based collaboration with a view to creating a local ecosystem to support digital inclusion.
How-to guide: embedding digital skills in your support offer
This guide draws on what we’ve learnt from Power Up so far about embedding digital skills in services. It explains the benefits of embedding digital in services and support, shows how some organisations are already doing this and offers tips and resources to help you move forward
Making It Click: Supporting people with low internet use
This evaluation of the Make It Click programme, funded by Google.org, collates our key findings about supporting limited users of the internet to improve their skills
Power Up Independent Evaluation: summary report
Power Up was launched in 2019 in the UK as a collaboration between Good Things Foundation and the J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation, this report details the impact of the first phase of the project.
Get Online Week: campaign report
This report details the impact of the campaign, the scope of activity across the country, and some of the partners and organisations that helped to make it all happen.