The Carnegie UK Trust has published a new report 'Accelerating Digital: Learning from a digital inclusion accelerator programme'.
Eliminating digital exclusion is not a new challenge and the ways that organisations tackle the issue continue to evolve and refine. As a result, policy makers and funders also need to continually review how they support organisations to deliver the best outcomes to improve wellbeing, sustainably and efficiently.
In 2018, the Carnegie UK Trust launched the #NotWithoutMe Accelerator, a development programme to create opportunities for different types of organisations to experiment, explore and learn about delivering digital inclusion support, specifically with young people.
Their recently published report, Accelerating Digital: Learning from a digital inclusion accelerator programme, explores the relative merits and considerations of the approach, particularly for the third sector. This evaluation has been undertaken by Revealing Reality and is intended to act as a resource for individuals or organisations with an interest in development and capability building in their sector.
This reflective research explores various aspects of the programme design, factors around individual and organisational participation and provides 10 summary considerations.
Follow the hashtag #NotWithoutMe to join the conversation online, and for more information and to download the report visit Carnegie UK Trust (this link will take you away from our website).