• Angela Lim - Trustee

    New Chair for 20/20 Trust

    Trust moves forward with a younger leader and strengthens governance presence in Auckland. In the last 23 years, the 2020 Trust has played a key role in shaping the digital inclusion landscape by providing vulnerable families with access to the digital world. Our award winning programmes, such as Computers in Homes, stood apart because of Read more

  • Computers in Homes Connect

    We are delighted to announce that delivery of the Computers in Homes programme is restarting in 2019, as a result of our successful application for funding under the ‘Digital Literacy – Computers in Homes’ Fund operated by the Tertiary Education Commission. We will provide Computers in Homes Connect training, access and support for families in Read more

  • 20/20 Trust will focus on core programmes in 2019

    During 2018, the Board decided to focus on core programmes that deliver digital skills in homes—Family Connect, Refugee Connect and Northland Connect— programmes that place an emphasis on the needs of individual learners and families. These core programmes have tracked well during the year: The Family Connect programme, funded by TEC, delivered digital skills training Read more

  • 2017-2018 Stepping UP Report

    Stepping UP has had a very successful year in many different ways.  We’ve received a lot of positive feedback from delivery partners, trainers and participants and we’ve heard outcomes that continue to cement our belief that free digital skills training should available in every city, town and small community in New Zealand. The Digital Inclusion Read more at Stepping Up

  • Map showing digital inclusion initiatives throughout New Zealand

    20/20 Trust welcomes new digital inclusion organisation

    20/20 Trust today welcomed the announcement today of a new organisation – Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) – which has been established to help reduce barriers that prevent people from participating in their communities using digital technologies. “We support the establishment of DIAA, which complements our work and provides a channel for expanding the reach Read more

  • Digital First Census 2018 – what went wrong?

    Guest blog: Accessibility and digital inclusion worker Bill Dashfield looks at the 2018 New Zealand Census, teases out reasons for the low response rate and suggests fixes. Ironically, the 2018 Census process prevented him from filling in his own census form online… Read more