Digital Good Network

How can we ensure that digital technologies benefit people, society, and the economy?

The Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy is part of the Digital Good Network


This £4 million multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral network explores how to ensure that digital technologies benefit people, society, and the economy. The Network is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). This is as part of the ‘Living with Technology’ strategic priority, and the ‘Digital Society’ priority in the 2022 plan.

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About the Digital Good Network

With a management team led by the University of Sheffield, the Digital Good Network has partners including BBC R&D and Birmingham Museums Trust.

Over five years, it will provide funding, training and capacity-building opportunities to Digital Good Network affiliates, to enhance our collective understanding of what the ‘digital good’ should look like and how it can be achieved.

Find out more about the Digital Good Network


Situated within CRASSH (University of Cambridge Centre for Research in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences), we are bringing together the brightest minds in academic research to make much-needed change to our relationship with digital technologies.

Meet our team.

Meet the team