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16th February 2012
With the current focus on finding ways to support more young people into work, Dan Sutch puts forward the case for alternative work models.  more >
7th February 2012
Stephen Carrick-Davies explains why it is important that teenagers are taught how to navigate the potential risks presented by the internet rather than face a sanitised online world filtered through the school filter.  more >
1st February 2012
Our Chief Executive, Annika Small, talks to The Guardian about management, open data and delivering public services.  more >
27th January 2012
Dan Sutch says charities need to be thinking about different ways to harness the skills of designers and technologists in order to tackle today's challenges.  more >
11th January 2012
"...And we're working with Nesta who, supported by Nominet Trust and others, are today announcing a £2m programme to fund and research innovative technology projects in schools."  more >
7th December 2011
The internet is the single most powerful tool for social innovation that we have ever had. So says Annika Small, CEO of Nominet Trust in an interview with Social Enterprise  more >
10th November 2011
Charities' Use of the Internet, from the Nominet Trust, says the sector might face a 'perfect storm' of online theft and attack. Most third sector organisations risk online data theft or leaks because of poor IT security, according to a report from the Nominet Trust, a charity that supports increased internet access.  more >
10th November 2011
Charities need to work more in partnership with others to improve the use of the internet by the sector, according to a new report by the Nominet Trust.  more >
28th October 2011
There are about 9.7 million people, 16% of the entire UK population, aged 65 and over. This figure is set to rise by 2033 to about 16.4 million people, or 23% of the population. And for those interested in longer term predictions, it is projected that by 2083, one in three people in the UK will be over the age of 60.  more >
26th October 2011
From today The Nominet Trust, an internet charity, has opened up applications for digital entrepreneurs over the age of 55 to win a share of £250,000 to help them launch internet companies that serve the social needs of senior Britons.  more >
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