If you're based in Leeds or the surrounding area, Leeds City Council and Tinder Foundation invite you to join them at a free event on Monday 23 May, to help co-design an ambitious digital literacy plan for the city.
In the Leeds City region 13% of adults have never been online before and they’re missing out on the huge financial, health and other personal benefits that the internet can bring. Leeds City Council has a bold ambition to ensure that 100% of residents have basic digital skills and in order to achieve this they want to bring together partners from across sectors to build a plan that will have a real impact on closing the digital divide in the city.
It will be a practical event and delegates should be able to use their influence, experience and networks to help shape priorities and opportunities, then make things happen.
The event will be opened by Leeds City Council Chief Executive Tom Riordan, and you’ll also get the chance to hear from Chief Executive of Tinder Foundation, Helen Milner OBE, Victoria Betton from mHabitat and Mick Ward, Head of Commissioning for Adult Social Care at Leeds City Council.
Refreshments will be provided.
If you can help make Leeds a truly digital city, you can book your free place by visiting Eventbrite.
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