ALL DIGITAL Awards have been established to celebrate the best individuals and organisations working to enhance digital skills across Europe. ALL DIGITAL Awards acknowledge their innovation, dedication and the inspiring role they play to many people.  This year our Spanish partners have been especially active, so...

The final #SmartWomenEU meeting took place in Vilnius on the 12-13 September. Partners from Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Cyprus and Spain, spoke about their experience from the training, and how to ensure the Smart Women training course remains available for the coming years. In practice...

We are pleased and honoured to introduce our jury members who have been working hard in August (and we really appreciate that) to evaluate the ALL DIGITAL Awards entries. The jury have been excited to learn about the projects and resources and impressed and touched with...

The HURISTO (Human Rights Storytelling) project meeting took place in Piedrabuena, Spain,  on 3-4 September 2018 when project partners from Maks (Belgium), ALL DIGITAL (Belgium) and Cooperativa Terremondo (Italy) came to Ciudad Real, 30 km from Piedrabuena. Project partners received a warm welcome from CEPA...

Dear Reader, The autumn has had a very busy start, and we are pleased to invite you to join us for the Policy Debate "Digital Skills and Media Literacy for Active Citizenship" at the European Parliament on 27 September, for the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Brussels...

ALL DIGITAL has established the Awards to recognize the best individuals and organisations that work to enhance digital skills across Europe. In 2018 we give awards in five categories: Best digital changemaker; Best e-facilitator; Best digital resource; Best cooperation project; BRIGHTS Best digital story. All the...

The 5th Smart Women project meeting took place in Latvia in July. Project partners discussed and reviewed the piloting where women who have a business or business idea received training on how to take their business online. The piloting has taken place so far in...

The aim of the HURISTO Project is to raise awareness about the European Human Rights Charter as a part of Global Citizenship Education with low-skilled adult learners. This is done through developing and piloting the methodology, based on digital storytelling, that is engaging, fun, offers...

Dear Reader, We have prepared a few invites for you in our summer issue - we invite you to apply for ALL DIGITAL Awards, register for ALL DIGITAL Summit that will take place in Brussels on 18-19 October, participate in the pilot testing of digital competences...

Project Digital Competences Development System (DCDS) aims to develop an innovative multilingual Digital Competences Development System fully compatible with the European framework DigComp 2.1 and use it to provide non-formal training to low-skilled adults in the non-formal education sector in different European countries. In order to...

Are you ready to assess your digital competences? We are inviting you to participate in the pilot assessment and help us test the e-assessment tool. The e-assessment platform developed within the PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY (onwards P4E) project under the Erasmus+ framework and supported by the...

Codinc – Coding for Inclusion is the two-year European funded project led by ALL DIGITAL in partnership with 6 partner organisations from Belgium, Spain, Cyprus, Germany, and Italy was launched in February 2018. The project aims at fostering STEM education of disadvantaged youth through an inclusive...

In the context of the HURISTO (Human Rights Storytelling) Project, four webinars on Digital Storytelling have been delivered by Veronique de Leener from Maks. Digital storytelling is a simple and accessible way to tell a story via digital tools. It’s a personal narrative of 4-5 minutes...

On 18-19 October 2018, ALL DIGITAL (formerly Telecentre-Europe) will organise its 11th annual summit under the title DIGITAL JOURNEY: FROM INCLUSION TO EMPOWERMENT. The event will be held in Brussels and co-hosted by our Belgian member MAKS vzw. ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 is co-organised by two...

On 7-8 June 2018, BRIGHTS partners gathered in Athens, Greece, for their fourth project meeting, which was hosted by  HePIS. The meeting focused on the exchange of experiences among the BRIGHTS national tutors about the implementation of the piloting activities (MOOC, workshops with teachers and trainers...

The European Youth Event is organised every second year in Strasbourg by the European Parliament to engage young people in the processes of the European Union. This year, ALL DIGITAL's Board member Nenja Wolbers was invited to be an idea giver in the session “Forever...

The Smart Women project aims to train female current or aspiring entrepreneurs in e-commerce; in other words, to give entrepreneurial women the skills and tools they need to bring their business online. As piloting starts in six European countries, we will learn more about the...

ALL DIGITAL has established the ALL DIGITAL Awards to recognise the achievements of individuals and organisations across Europe that enable people to exploit the benefits and opportunities created by digital transformation. Thousands of individuals and hundreds of organisations around Europe work daily with communities to empower...

ALL DIGITAL Annual report for 2017, featuring all last year’s achievements, is published. The report was presented to members at the General Assembly on 8 May in Brussels and was approved together with financial documents. The report summarises 2017 in numbers and covers topics from strategic...

On 8-9 May 2018, representatives of 28 member organisations gathered in Brussels for the General Assembly to assess and approve of the main organisational documents, elect new Board members, as well as discuss the members’ services, opportunities and major events. Chair of the Board Mara Jakobsone...

The new strategic plan was presented, debated and approved by ALL DIGITAL General Assembly on 8 May in Brussels. The ALL DIGITAL 2018-2020 Strategic plan has been developed against the backdrop of a society where digital literacy is recognized as a key life competence, as essential,...

Dear Reader, This spring has been rich in events - from project meetings and training to conferences and campaigns. We are proud to say that our annual digital empowerment campaign ALL DIGITAL Week in 2018 united over 1,200 partners to engage more than 100,000 people in...

We invite you to the PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY final conference on 9 May 2018 in Brussels. In this event we will look at the digital skills needed in two interesting profiles for employment offering opportunities in the coming years: entrepreneur and ‘virtual worker’. By virtual worker...

Educate to create is the flagship conference of the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU in education and digital skills. It took place in Sofia on 19-20th April and gathered 200+ teachers, trainers, advocates, policy-makers, students, companies and consultants from Bulgaria and the EU. Speakers and participants...

In a little over a year the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition has its 100th pledge. Collectively pledges represented since the launch in December 2016 more than 3.7 million online or face-to-face trainings. There have been over one million certificates issued and 9,000 job placements...

The purpose of the BRIGHTS project is to promote Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in formal and non-formal Educational contexts in Europe, with the help of digital storytelling (DS) techniques. GCE employs concepts, methodologies and theories already implemented in different fields and subjects, including human rights education,...

As a part of the ALL DIGITAL Week and in preparation for the STEM Discovery Week 2018, - the UMI-Sci-Ed project organized a webinar titled: Using UMI (Ubiquitous, Mobile, IoT) technologies to support STEM education. The webinar took place on March 21, and we had over...

The first 2 days of pan-European Week brought Europeans on exciting digital journeys and let us learn not only digital skills but also geography while looking at 650 + events on the campaign map and getting photos and videos on social media. From flowery Madeira in...

ALL DIGITAL Week 2018 has started, and our partners are taking digital to the next level in their countries. More than 1,245 partners in 25 European countries will bring training, seminars, workshops, talks and other initiatives to an estimated 80,000 participants, throughout at least 2,000 events. Over...

On 5-9 March IASIS NGO welcomed the Digital Welcome project’s Training for Trainers in Athens. Thirteen trainers from all the partner organizations from Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany and Greece joined the Training for Trainers (TfT) week. The aim of this TfT was to train each other...