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.
In this podcast by Charity Digital, the panel reflect on the sector and consider the actions that need to be taken by charities everywhere to achieve all aspects of diversity.
In this episode of Law in Action Joshua Rozenberg asks the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Burnett of Maldon, whether new ways of working can deliver justice during a crisis.
Charity Digital's new podcast 'COVID-19 - As things start to settle, how do you work towards the long-term?', focuses on how charities can begin to work towards both the immediate and long-term future, including the challenges this may come with.
Charity Digital's new podcast 'Covid & Digital: the elephants in the room' is the fourth episode of their Covid-19 series and focuses on how the global pandemic has impacted digital transformation for charities, discussing the ongoing digital journey of charities within the sector throughout this crisis.
With new social distancing rules in place, we're now confined to working from our homes. This has some profound implications on how charities operate from a digital technology perspective. This podcast discusses how you can get your charity up to speed to support remote working through COVID-19, what tech can help you stay connected to colleagues, donors and networks and how we can operate in a secure, collaborative and productive manner.
This podcast talks about how technology can help charities be more prepared to support people with disabilities both inside and outside their organisations.
Charity digital have published this incredibly helpful webinar detailing how to produce an effective content strategy framework for your small charity. The webinar covers a range of useful topics including how to build personas online, engage with your audience and identify creative ways to deliver and re-purpose your content.
The second episode of the Charity Digital Ethics Podcast explores the ethical debates surrounding charity use of data science, and analyses the role that charities must play in safeguarding against unintended consequences and unethical future use of any new technologies.
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