Tag: digital inclusion

Discussing the Future for Digital Inclusion in Leeds

Apparently according to BT there are figures which show some people are still not online. I was invited to attend a workshop at Hillside in Beeston on Tuesday 14 October 2014 to discuss a community development approach to digital inclusion. The event was organised by Emily Harper, head of research

Mini HUGO helps people in South Leeds get online

  Mini HUGO – a minibus equipped with computers has hit the road in South Leeds to get people get online and flood communities with free wi-fi. This week you can find Mini HUGO on the following streets: Tuesday 18 Feb:  Penny Lane Way & Jack Lane, Hunslet (morning only)

Leeds Fed are helping you get online with the HUGO family

  Yesterday (28 November 2013) Leeds Federated Housing Association launched the HUGO project to help people use computers and the internet. The launch set the tone for the project by including live blogging, tweets, fun games and competitions. We even had a flashmob of break dancers. Storytelling is a great

Inner South Area Committee to discuss impact of Welfare Reforms

  Leeds City Council’s Inner South Area Committee is to meet next Wednesday (4th September 2013) and on its agenda is a detailed report on the impact of welfare reforms in the area. The government’s welfare reform programme has included the introduction of limits to Housing Benefit – the so-called