Building a research community focused on what a good digital society should look like and how we get there.
We fund research projects, fellowships and internships that explore three societal challenges that we see as crucial to ensuring that digital technologies benefit people and societies: equity, sustainability and resilience.
A focus on: Research
Our research is provoking rich, interdisciplinary debate on what a good digital society looks like.
We undertake research on the digital good through the Digital Good Research Fund, our core team, and our interns and fellows. Our research projects will all feed into the Digital Good Index, to be used to evaluate digital innovations to ensure good societal outcomes.Find out more about our research
Democracy in the Age of AI
Upcoming event featuring an in-conversation discussion between Paul Nemitz and Reema Patel.
Exploring ‘good’ digital identity futures: digital rights workshop
Join Digital Good Network design researchers, Kim Snooks and Dan Richards, to discuss how to design good digital IDs.
Digital Good Network Keynote Lecture: Charlton McIlwain – ‘Digital Good, Enough?’
In a world of technology imperatives, lofty aspirations and claims to deliver value with certainty, the notion of digital “good” seems quite – underwhelming.
How can we make sure digital technologies contribute towards a more equitable society?
How can we make the digital future more sustainable?
How can the digital world be shaped to ensure that digital technologies enhance wellbeing in the face of future challenges?