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Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research


Digital exclusion is a key aspect of poverty in the UK and is often siloed by policymakers. Digital activties are an increasingly prominent part of everyday life, and our research looks at the need for integrating digital inclusion policy with other policies targeted at addressing poverty, focusing on the intersectionality between digital poverty and housing.

A review of existing literature will build on CCHPR's earlier research on this topic, and a series of focus groups will gain further insights into the specific ways in which housing and digital poverty intersect. These will be used to inform a report that will put forward evidence-based suggestions as to how to effectively connect housing and digital inlcusion policy.


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Project Start Date

January 2022