This event is from the Digital Poverty Alliance.


  • Dr Kira Allmann
  • Paul Finnis
  • Jen Gracie
  • Niel McLean


13:00 - webinar starts
14:00 - webinar ends


Join us on the 28th June as Dr Kira Allmann as she publicly introduces our landmark report, outlining the evidence on digital exclusion in the UK for the first time, as well as our principles for change.

Following on from our 2021 Interim Report, the research draws on reports, articles, books and consultation with key people in and around the sector.

With introductions from Paul Finnis, CEO of DPA, Jen Gracie, Head of Policy and Communications, and Chair of the Learning Foundation, Niel McLean, this public virtual launch and Q&A promises insightful discussion around a topic shockingly still so prevalent in the 21st Century.

This will be a chance to put questions to Dr Allmann and the DPA team, as well as to hear about the DPA’s new Policy Principles.

This event is brought to you by:​ Ada Lovelace Institute, Digital Poverty Alliance, Digital Poverty Alliance and The Learning Foundation

Webinar: Digital Poverty in the UK: What the evidence shows
Date and time
Tuesday 28 June, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

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