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Youth IT Careers gives young people, who face significant barriers to employment, their first step towards an IT career.

Digi House aims to build the digital skills and confidence of 20 000 people living in public and social housing, and is delivered with support from Google.

Since 2002, Green PC has provided close to 40 000 computers to individuals and families on low-incomes, helping provide access to the online world

Last week at the Go Digi National Year of Digital Inclusion Awards, we reflected on the highlights of the year and celebrated the achievements of the individuals and organisations who have helped build digital skills. 

With the National Year of Digital Inclusion nearly at an end, we're heading to Sydney and Canberra in November for a series of exciting events.

We've been busy bringing the National Year of Digital Inclusion to cities around Australia.

Celebrating the International Day of Older Persons with one of our National Year of Digital Inclusion champions.

We have had a bumper week here at Infoxchange, winning awards for two of our major digital inclusion projects Ask I

Australia will now be able to measure its digital inclusion progress over time, thanks to the publication of the Australian Digital Inclusion Index.

Chris is a 25 year old Aboriginal man from Wodonga who joined our Youth IT Careers program in 2015.  As part of NAIDOC week, we asked him to tell us how the program has helped him. Here is his story.

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