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Working with other organisations

The Panel engages with a wide range of stakeholders to inform the advice that it gives and to help to keep the interests of consumers, citizens and small businesses on the agenda across the sector. The Panel also engages with a range of other organisations working on behalf of these constituencies - including those representing older and disabled people. The four Members of the Panel who represent the interests of consumers in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales also liaise with the key stakeholders in the Nations to understand the perspectives of consumers in all parts of the UK and input these perspectives to the Panel’s consideration of issues.

Below you’ll find links to some of the reports, projects and initiatives delivered by organisations we work with, which we hope you’ll find of interest.

Across the Divide: Digital Exclusion in Glasgow - Carnegie UK Trust

Pressing the Right Buttons: New Users of the Internet at Older Ages - Age UK

Demand for Superfast Broadband - Broadband Stakeholder Group

Going the Last Mile - How can broadband reach the final 10% - Carnegie UK Trust

Digital Inclusion Policy Review - Age UK

The Claims Pests - Citizens Advice

Tackling consumer vulnerability – An action plan for empowerment - Consumer Focus (Consumer Futures)

Consumer Forum for Communications

This Is for Everyone: The Case for Universal Digitisation - Booz&co/Go ON UK

Awareness of Audio Description research - Ofcom

Children as Connected Consumers - PhonepayPlus

Update on Inclusive Society 2013 - RNIB

Fixed Means Fixed - Which?