Poverty and Social Justice in a Digital Future

On 30th November 2024, the Bristol Poverty Institute hosted the Poverty and Social Justice in a Digital Future Event. There were presentations on a diverse range of topics including, digital inequalities: resistance and participation and the impact of AI on poverty, a Q&A followed and there was also an opportunity for participants to network.


Poverty and Social Justice Programme (PDF, 154kB)

Event Introduction

Digitisation and Social Justice Introduction L Winch (PDF, 897kB)

Dr Lauren Winch, Bristol Poverty Institute Manager, University of Bristol


Digital Inequalities: Resistance and Participation 

Geospatial Digital Inequalities (PDF, 2,156kB)

Dr Sue Timmis – Reader in Education, School of Education, University of Bristol

Digital participation, rebellion and co-design with older adults (PDF, 2,999kB)

Dr Alice Willatt, Senior Research Associate and Professor Helen Manchester, Professor of Participatory Sociodigital Futures, School of Education, University of Bristol


The Impacts of AI on Poverty

Who owns the socking frame? (PDF, 1,461kB)

Professor Conor HoughtonAssociate Professor in Computer Science, University of Bristol

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