This new resource by Catalyst provides a step by step guide to best practice digital safeguarding.
Charity Digital in collaboration with Catalyst are hosting a series of 'what next' digital webinars to get charity trustees and leaders up to speed with digital and planning for a post-covid world.
In this podcast by Charity Digital, the panel discuss how they put #BeMoreDigital into action, sharing their varied experiences with implementing digital in their charities.
The expert team from Phoenix Software run through features, tips and tricks on how to make Microsoft Dynamics work for you and your team. We'd really recommend giving this and others in the series a watch; they are short and practical webinars.
The expert team from Phoenix Software run through features, tips and tricks on how to make Microsoft Azure work for you and your team. We'd really recommend giving this and others in the series a watch; they are short and practical webinars.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: You can make memes in Teams. The expert team from Phoenix software run through features, tips and tricks to make the most out of your Microsoft Teams account. We'd really recommend giving this and others in the series a watch; they are short and practical webinars.
The Law Society have issued two new pieces of guidance for working with vulnerable clients. The resources seek to help you identify and meet the needs of clients who have difficulty using legal services and assess whether clients have mental capacity to instruct you.
Case Study: ‘How one local mental health charity is supporting service users and employees in lockdown’
In this article, Charity Digital examine how Scunthorpe and District Mind has used Office 365 and Microsoft Teams to support both staff and service users amidst COVID-19 lockdown.
HER+Data MCR is a community working to connect, inspire, support and empower the NW UK’s Women in Data through monthly meetups . For their June 2020 event, taking place on Zoom, they have teamed up with Open Data Manchester to showcase women working with data for social good and sustainability. The online meetup will take place on June 11th at 6:30 - sign up today!
This episode concludes Charity Digital's mini-series focusing on digital ethics in the charity sector. This final episode explores how charities can be ethical when it comes to their digital services.
The 'Getting Started with Microsoft Solutions for Charities' webinar series is taking place next week from the 15th to the 19th of June, to help voluntary sector organisations make the most of the Microsoft tools available . Ran by Phoenix the webinars will take place each day at 12pm. The webinars will also include advice on how charities can harness data and use artificial intelligence.
Etic Lab and the Routes to Justice project have published their strategic overview, which details the findings of a feasibility study designed to evaluate the potential of digital technologies, including teleconferencing, data analytics and machine learning, to enhance access to justice in the UK legal system.
The Charity Digital Code has created a checklist to help charity boards and leaders with the decisions they need to make about digital during the Covid-19 crisis.
As part of the Routes to Justice project, and following the release of their recent report, the team at Etic Lab held a briefing on the implications for the project and the sector post Covid-19. You can find the recording of their briefing and the presentation slides here.
The Grata Fund have produced a new report discussing how COVID-19 has forced Australian courts into various stages of closure and adoption of new technologies. While these changes have created some issues, they have also seen technological adaptations that without a pandemic could have taken years, heralding new opportunities and new risks for access to justice.
When dealing with distressed clients it's easy for situations to escalate and they can quickly feel out of control. Here we signpost to a couple of deescalation training tools to combat this.
This Commons Library briefing paper provides an overview of the post-implementation review of the changes made to legal aid in England and Wales by Part 1 of LASPO.
‘The order of priority of projects has changed; things like AI have gone to the backseat, to the forefront is people...You have got to deal with people and processes before you deal with technology. It can’t be technology for technology’s sake.’ - Roger Smith provides an overview of the different approached to the use of technology internally and with clients at different types of service providers.
The Civil Justice Council has commissioned an independent review to gather feedback on the impact of COVID measures on the civil justice system. Add your views via survey, consultation response or consultation meeting.
The Public Law Project have published their report highlighting the first set of preliminary empirical findings concerning remote justice during the COVID-19 pandemic.