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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

Posts tagged Digital inclusion

SCVO is a delivery partner for Digital Health and Care Scotland’s Digital Inclusion Programme and we’re now seeking a dynamic evaluation partner to join us.   Read more

Renfrewshire Council is a leader in establishing a place-based approach to digital inclusion in Scotland. Through the development of a cross-sector partnership for action, ‘Citizen Voice’, and supported by SCVO, agencies including the Council, housing associations, health... Read more

Creating greater digital inclusion is something that we can all work towards. Read more

CLASP - a local charity in North Ayrshire, runs a project for over 50s called HOPE in the Community, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. Alongside our vision of increased health and wellbeing and reduced social isolation, HOPE aims to get more older people online so... Read more

Digital inclusion is so important. It changes lives. But the message from this sometimes-hidden community is clear: there is an opportunity to take a new, more ethical, and much more sustainable path. We just need to think carefully about what we do next.  Read more

We want to live in a Scotland where everyone has the opportunity to get online, and to do that we need to make sure that digital inclusion is everyone’s responsibility. Read more

The pandemic was the beginning, a mass awakening to the numbers of people who were not online.  The cost-of-living crisis will see more people digitally excluded. Read more

Fife Council is the largest employer in Fife and the third largest council in Scotland. It is a mammoth task to support almost 18,000 staff with their digital skills to ensure a digitally confident workforce. To help meet the challenge their Digital Skills and Learning (DS&L... Read more

Children and young people are increasingly growing up with a large percentage of their lives lived and experienced either online, or facilitated by online activities and social trends. The most recent OfCom report on children and media use provides a wealth of information about... Read more

Who are the people that we instantly think of when we picture someone without the essential digital skills they need, and at risk of being left behind? For many, the first image that will come to mind is of an older retiree – someone whose working life wasn’t dominated by... Read more