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/Why everyone should get to experience the joy of gaming, no matter their ability

Published on 25 March 2020

By Stacey Rebecca, Twitch Partner and Data Analyst Gaming was always a big part of my life, but it became a lifeline for me when […]

/How can we improve the lack of diversity in the tech and digital sector?

Published on 24 March 2020

By Tomi Adebayo aka @GadgetsBoy (IG/Twitter), former Head of Tech at UNILAD and digital content creator. The world of technology and digital is very fast-paced […]

/Challenging diversity and inclusivity through digital journalism

Published on 20 March 2020

By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Head of Editorial at gal-dem magazine My journey into journalism started from humble beginnings with badly written blog posts about my life […]

/My Life in Digital

Published on 10 February 2020

By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Head of Editorial at gal-dem magazine “There are so many young people with an interest and talent for digital, so being able […]

/Why We Need More Women Role Models in Tech

Published on 3 February 2020

By Lottie L’amour, Creative and LGBTQIAP Speaker “I hoped that, once I had grown up, I’d find myself in a world where women were at […]

/How to become a Digi-Diva

Published on 28 January 2020

By Sonika Phakey, Digital Marketing Manager at The Digital Fairy As part of our CTRL Your Future campaign, we partnered with The Digital Fairy on […]

/Do young people still perceive there to be a lack of diversity in digital? Four reasons why we need the CTRL Your Future campaign

Published on 10 January 2020

In October 2019, the Institute of Coding (IoC) launched our new CTRL Your Future campaign. With CTRL Your Future, we want to empower a diverse […]

/“Gaming can be a daunting and non-diverse space to enter, and that’s something I still see to this day.”

Published on 7 January 2020

Gamers call for more diverse young talent to help reboot the system London, Tuesday, 7th January 2020: The Institute of Coding (IoC) has collaborated with […]

/How I got here – Matt Hardwick, co-founder of London Gaymers

Published on 12 December 2019

As part of our CTRL Your Future campaign, we collaborated with Matt Hardwick to create a short film exploring the barriers young people face when […]

/How I got here – Jay Ann Lopez, founder of Black Girl Gamers

Published on 9 December 2019

Our CTRL Your Future campaign has seen us partner with an exciting cross-section of trailblazers from industries such as fashion, design, activism and beyond. One […]

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