Access to the internet

At least 1 million young people don’t have appropriate, affordable access to the internet and hardware in the UK. Most prevalent amongst young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, access to the internet means the ability to build on what they are learning in formal education, explore opportunities, develop key skills and competencies and reach their full potential.

We aim to lead on the provision of appropriate, affordable access to 50,000 young people and their families by 2020.

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Learning Foundation

Nominet is working with the Learning Foundation as a lead founding partner in the Digital Access For All initiative - a new collaboration between leading tech companies, retailers and the voluntary sector.

Read more here
Switched On Report

Switched On report

To coincide with the launch of Digital Access For All, our partners Carnegie Uk Trust have published Switched On – a report bringing together recent research and evidence about key issues related to digital inclusion, with a particular focus on children and young people.

Download the report