Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland (The Carnegie UK Trust)

The Carnegie UK Trust has today published a new report : Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland.

Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland examines the links between digital exclusion and other forms of social exclusion. It identifies who is most likely to be digitally excluded and draws on detailed statistical analysis, carried out by Ipsos MORI, to examine the key drivers of this exclusion – including working status, housing tenure, age, qualifications, active lifestyles and mental health.

You can download the  report HERE,

1. Download the report and let them know how the findings relate to your own analysis of digital exclusion

2. Share the research with any of your colleagues, stakeholders or networks who you think may find it useful

 

If you would like to discuss the report or any of the Carnegie UK Trust’s other work on Digital Futures, then please contact:

Douglas White

Head of Advocacy

Carnegie UK Trust

douglas@carnegieuk.org

 

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