A lack of relevant digital skills disadvantages people in every part of society and inhibits the full potential of our economy and culture.
We believe it's possible to give even the most digitally excluded effective basic digital skills, and help them to benefit from the economic and social opportunities and advantages that having such skills can offer.
Doteveryone and its predecessor, Go ON UK, have done extensive research into the scale of the problem and potential solutions. We created a digital exclusion heatmap to explore where people are at risk of digital exclusion.
We're continuing this work by trialling programmes to add to our understanding and demonstrate the need for standardised frameworks and tools for organisations involved in on-the-ground delivery of Basic Digital Skills training.
At the moment, we have three live projects focusing on digital skills.
Helping residents in Croydon and Lewisham gain basic digital skills to ensure that nobody gets left behind.
Embedding digital mentors in four MPs offices to foster truly digital leadership that works better for constituents.
Offering local communities practical guidance and support to help them gain the basic digital skills they need.
Doteveryone's principal partners are: