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During the pandemic, METRO GAD sought funding to buy tablets for deaf and disabled people in Greenwich.

Examples of how to overcome barriers to make sure all Londoners are part of the digital revolution and not left behind it.

The impact of intersectional stigma on mental well-being and how to reduce health inequalities

HEAR and its members have helped to develop the first steps in measuring what helps build a stronger community

Remote Researchers - learning from experts-by-experience in digital inclusion.

Exploring ideas and holding important conversations about what we need to do to 'Build Strong Communities' in London

Research findings for practitioners and policy makers

Recommendations for improvements in policy and practice for better inclusion of disabled people in volunteering

Parents and Communities Together is a community-led social support project that collected insights into family welfare through its support during COVID 19

Many people with learning difficulties were struggling before Covid-19 began with reduced services and support and cuts to benefits.

"What we do have in common is a difficult mental journeys in life....during the 'Lockdown' months we were deemed as vulnerable and suffering disproportionately from self - isolation."

Superhighways is a registered Online Centre and we promote digital inclusion at every opportunity.

CAIA support the UK’s over 20,000 Armenians, from their centre in West London. Our organisation was well placed to adapt to the barriers created by ‘lockdown’.

Micro Rainbow works with about 400 LGBTI migrants every year, providing them with a holistic approach to integration that has three pillars: Housing; Social inclusion; Moving on support.

Guidance on including disabled people in face-to-face meetings using video conferencing technology.

CAIA support the UK’s over 20,000 Armenians, from their centre in West London, and were well placed to adapt to the barriers created by ‘lockdown’ due to being user-led, understanding the needs of isolated and intersectional Armenians and having already been part of the Good Things Foundation’s Online centre.

"We noticed the lack of knowledge of using digital technology was made worse by an individual's financial situation."

Supporting and empowering socially disadvantaged communities/individuals gain access.

The Traveller Movement developed ‘Tutors for GRT’ in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic. The movement has many years experience of casework with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) families, demonstrating home schooling would be difficult for many GRT parents because of digital exclusion and low literacy levels.

Home Office guidance and guide to rights and entitlements of disabled asylum seekers, refugees and refused applicants in the UK.