100% Digital Leeds: Making Leeds a digitally literate city
Organiser: Tinder Foundation and Leeds City Council
This is a public event
ODI Leeds
Munro House
Duke Street

100% Digital Leeds: Making Leeds a digitally literate city

The event is being organised by Leeds City Council and Tinder Foundation, the UK’s leading digital inclusion charity. You’ll get the chance to hear from Leeds City Council Chief Executive Tom Riordan, Chief Executive of Tinder Foundation, Helen Milner OBE, Victoria Betton from mHabitat and Mick Ward, Head of Commissioning for Adult Social Care at Leeds City Council.

The event will be a practical one, with delegates helping to shape the digital literacy priorities and opportunities for the city and committing to making things happen. At the end of the half day event, we’ll come away with a really clear plan for what we all need to do to make Leeds a truly digital city.

100% Digital Leeds will see influential and effective people from across the city, and from a variety of sectors, come together to create and shape a new movement for digital literacy that will have powerful, lasting impact.

The event will give you the chance to

  • Learn about the digital challenge facing Leeds and the opportunity to address it
  • Discuss what works in helping people become digitally literate, using your experience, networks and influence
  • Shape the priorities for an impactful digital literacy movement across Leeds
  • Meet others who are passionate about digital literacy.