19 May 2017 | Posted In Money advice news

MALG member Christian’s Against Poverty (CAP) has published a briefing summarising new findings on digital inclusion entitled: ‘Offline and shut out: Digital exclusion in an increasingly digital landscape.’

The survey of 1,210 CAP clients exposes the extent to which financial and digital exclusion are intertwined, including the fact that those with a physical disability, mental ill health, learning disability, serious and/or terminal illnesses are 42% more likely to lack personal internet access.

At MALG, we want to make sure that the future of money advice includes everyone and digital inclusion is key to this. This is something that we’re going to be discussing at our tech-themed annual conference on the future of money advice in November.

Download the full report here.