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Those in need less likely to access vital services online, research finds. Around 21 per cent of adults in Scotland still do not have basic digital skills, according to research published today by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO). With the sup… Read more

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Press and media. What we’re about. The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is the membership organisation for Scotland’s… Read more
A new Digital Participation Programme being launched today by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) will help give people across Scotland the skills to connect to the internet. Lucy McTernan, Deputy Chief Executive at SCVO, said: “Using the interne… Read more
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SCVO media release 9 September 2015 The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisation (SCVO) has received investment of more than £500k from the Big Lottery Fund to help more people connect with the online world by training hundreds of people in charities across Scotl… Read more