Future Digital Inclusion: Programme Evaluation Findings 2015‐16


Published: 14th Jun 2016

The Future Digital Inclusion programme, run by Good Things Foundation and funded by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, aims to help one million digitally excluded people to improve their basic digital skills by using the deep reach of the UK online centres network to support some of the hardest-to-reach groups in society. This report highlights the positive impact the programme has had during year 2 (2015-16) on the lives of those supported and our network of community partners, and demonstrates the financial benefits that having basic digital skills can bring.


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Report Authors

James Richardson

James heads up the Research and Innovation team. He leads our small team of talented people who carry out research and evaluation, making sure that Good Things Foundation always knows what's going on in its network and how we can help, as well as forming partnerships with a broad range of research partners from universities, other charities and more.