Good Things Foundation, November 2018
Digital exclusion in the UK is holding back economic growth and stalling social inclusion. In 2018, 11.3million adults lack one or more of the basic digital skills for life and work. At current rates of progress, by 2028 there will still be 6.9 million people without these skills. In a world where we increasingly rely on digital in all areas of our lives, this is too slow. This report believed that everyone in the UK should have the confidence, skills, support and access to use digital technology to participate in society and benefit from the digital world. It calls for a faster move towards realising this aim and envisages a world where everyone has the opportunity to benefit from digital.
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