• COVID-19 – Dr Angela Lim, Chair 20/20 Trust Tēnā koutou, In these difficult circumstances that the COVID-19 Pandemic has played across the globe. It is important to acknowledge the impact it has had on the 20/20 Trust and more specifically our people. To play our part in “Flattening the Curve”, we have decided to not Read more

  • Digital Literacy for Pacific Seniors

    20/20 Trust is delighted to have received funding from the Office for Seniors, Super Seniors to deliver a Pacific Senior Connect digital literacy programme to 375 learners in Tāmaki  Makaurau (Auckland), and Ōtautahi (Christchurch) for up to 3 years. This programme will deliver a series of modules at participants’ churches and in their own language. Read more

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    20/20 Trust strengthens governance group

    It is with great pleasure that I welcome 4 new Trustees to the 20/20 Trust – Marg Mcleod, Fritz Evile, Melissa Hall, and Barbara Biblich. Read more

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    NetHui2019: Digital Inclusion – It’s Time for Action

    Why are we still talking about digital inclusion? – It’s time for action Digital Inclusion was high on the agenda at NetHui2019. This workshop, facilitated by 20/20 Trust, posed three key questions about digital inclusion, generating ideas for action. What is digital inclusion? Participants confirmed the four key components of; affordable access, skills, confidence/trust, and Read more

  • Executive Director announcement

    The Trustees of 20/20 Trust are pleased to announce the appointment of Sue West as Executive Director. Sue was appointed Auckland Area Manager in 2016, and has provided strong leadership in building the organisation to respond to the growing need for Digital Inclusion programmes in Auckland and Northland. Sue has won the trust and respect Read more

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    Census 2018 and Digital Inclusion – good or bad news?

    The first results from Census 2018 were published today, and we have done some initial analysis of  what they say about Digital Inclusion in Aotearoa. The good news is that the number of digitally connected households has increased by 185,000, and 1.3 million now have an internet connection.  Enthusiasm needs to be tempered by two Read more