WIMPS: Making politics more relevant to young people
WIMPS are young journalists, film makers, presenters and campaigners who show that young people’s opinions matter. WIMPS stands for “Where Is My Public Servant?” – a project based on Northern Ireland … Read more
Tech4Good Awards Impact: Motivated by Fish and Chips?
Following on from our last blog on the Digital Skills Award, we asked Anna Geraghty, Head of Marketing, Communications and Training at Tinder Foundation for a few words on their … Read more
The chip shop in Stockport that serves up digital skills
A community-based cybercafé and learning centre that has grown out of a fish and chip shop. It is a base for a huge range of learning and training-based activities and … Read more
Tackling social exclusion in mental health
Self Help Services is a user-led group that has delivered Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Services to over 1500 people across Greater Manchester in the past year. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is … Read more
Alison Crerar – IT Can Help
Building a network of volunteers to help disabled people use computers in their home Alison Crerar was as an academic in Computing. Her research and teaching focused on human-computer interaction, … Read more
Re-learning digital skills after a stroke
Recovering from a stroke is not just about learning to talk and walk again; it is about overcoming a sense of isolation and re-building a belief in the future after … Read more
Community radio station built on the web
Radio Free Brighton is run completely by volunteers who use online radio to build a stronger, more diverse, and integrated community.