A human rights approach
to digital inclusion.

Digital is a fundamental necessity.

It underpins every single aspect of our whole society. While it can unlock incredible opportunities, and open doors to new possibilities, lack of meaningful access to the internet, and to the necessary skills, can also make things worse for people, compounding other inequalities. Until full social equality is achieved, we don’t think the problem of digital exclusion is going away any time soon.

Welcome to Mhor Collective.

Digital Rights

A Social Justice Issue.

A Human Rights Approach to Digital Inclusion

We see digital inequality as a social justice issue, and understand how the digital space impacts on people’s human rights.

Challenging Universal

We understand that many organisations hope to help everyone with their services. We work to ensure that organisations, frontline staff and volunteers really understand the impact of digital inequality, and what they can actually, themselves, do to make a difference. After all, if not everyone can access it, then it’s not for everyone. We all need to be part of the solution.

The Internet Can Unlock Everything

A warm home, health, financial support, education, employment, democracy: we explore what’s possible, and what’s needed to make sure that everyone is able to unlock these opportunities.

What We Bring.


With over a decade dedicated to addressing digital inequality, we’ve worked across the not-for-profit sector, and with public and private sectors, at home and abroad, on projects large and small.


We know our stuff. But more importantly, so do you. We know that partnership makes everything better, and that we can do more, together. We take this bit SERIOUSLY.


You’re not on your own: we are working together to address inequality. Your journey is helped by those who have come before you, and we’ll share your stories to help others too. We create and support networks and communities of practice.

Get in touch.
We’d LOVE to hear from you.

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