Good Things Happen Podcast
Good Things Happen - Get Online Week

Good Things Happen - Get Online Week

September 23, 2019

In this episode of Good Things Happen, our host Charlotte Self is joined by Good Things Foundation's Adam Micklethwaite and Chris Andersson, to talk about this year's Get Online Week. 

In this episode, you'll discover -

  • What is Get Online Week and why do we do it?
  • Information about Get Online week 2019
  • How you can get involved in this year's campaign

We also hear from some of our Get Online Week 2019 stars who share their experiences of how they have benefitted from getting online. 

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Good Things Happen - A world where everyone benefits from digital

Good Things Happen - A world where everyone benefits from digital

July 24, 2019

In the latest episode of Good Things Happen, our host Charlotte Self is joined Jess Wilson, National Director of Good Things Australia and Emily Redmond, Senior Service Designer at Good Things UK.

In this episode, the panel discuss digital inclusion in Australia and Kenya, answering the following questions -

  • What barriers people are facing to get online in Australia and Kenya?
  • What is being done to help people overcome these barriers?
  • What are the similarities to the UK?
  • What does the future hold for digital inclusion in Australia and Kenya?

If you like the podcast, have any questions about some of the subjects covered, or would us to cover something in the future, get in touch at -

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Good Things Happen - What are motivational barriers to getting online?

Good Things Happen - What are motivational barriers to getting online?

March 18, 2019

In the first episode of Good Things Happen, we explore the motivational barriers for people getting online.

Your host Charlotte Self is joined by Good Things Foundation's Tom French and Lauren Quinn who unpick the specific reasons people in the UK give for being offline. We also hear from different community organisations in the Online Centres Network who tell us about their experiences working with people who do not engage with the internet.

In this episode you find out:

  • The FOUR main groups of people in terms of the reasons and barriers for not being online
  • Why people feel forced to use the internet
  • What is the WhatsApp factor?
  • What can be done to help those people overcome these barriers?

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