June 28, 2021

Digital Inequalities

The COVID-19 crisis has forced much of our daily life to shift online. Through various lockdowns, how we work, study and even socialise has moved onto a myriad of digital platforms, made possible by the coincidence of facing this pandemic in a digital age.

But the pandemic has exposed a widening gap in our society, with 9 million adults in the UK unable use the internet without help and 3.8 million people having never used the internet.

Read more – University of Manchester (20/6/21)

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