Almost half the world’s population is online. But although technology has connected us as individuals, it has also created new divisions and inequalities we must face together. We believe our digital society – the ways we live and work together in the 21st century – should be just as important as our digital economy. That’s why we’re fighting for a fairer internet: one we can all understand and help shape for the future.
Founded by Martha Lane Fox, and announced in her Dimbleby Lecture in 2015, Doteveryone is a London-based think tank staffed by researchers, designers, technologists, and makers. We explore how technology is changing society, build proofs of concept to show it could be better for all, and partner with other organisations to provoke and deliver mainstream change.