On #DigitalDay2019 - 9 April, 23 European countries signed a declaration for the Cooperation on advancing digitisation of Cultural Heritage. It is one of the latest developments in digital cultural heritage policy. Declaration on Cooperation on advancing digitisation of cultural heritage Digital tools are increasingly being used...

As part of the CODINC project, in Belgium, Italy, Cyprus, Spain and Germany secondary schools’ students and teachers are trained on the basics of coding. After that they will conduct training with primary schools’ children. The CODINC project – Coding for Inclusion aims to promote science,...

...of Europeans lacking digital skills On 26 March, ALL DIGITAL and the Lifelong Learning Platform gathered European stakeholders to tackle the burning issue of digital skills and media literacy. 43% of European citizens lack digital skills to be able to fully participate in and benefit from...

While social media now plays a vital role in the everyday lives of young people as citizens, education systems across the developed world have been slow to react. Extremist groups rely on false promises of status and purpose, manipulation, conspiracy and divisive rhetoric to exploit...

ICT for the Elderly project partners were welcomed in Berlin, Germany, by Nenja Wolbers and Stephan Seiffert from Stiftung Digitale Chanchen for the second face-to-face meeting. The meeting took place at the Digital Learning Center from Facebook on 19-20 March 2019. On the first day of the...

The "Promote Open Source Technologies in non-formal Adult Education" - Open-AE project website is online! From the website you will find information about project news and the curriculum. The project will promote open source technologies in non-formal adult education to support the digital upskilling of both...

The ICTSkills4All (Empowering older adult citizens for a Digital World) project meeting took place in Riga, Latvia, on 07-08 March 2019 when project partners from University of Porto (Portugual), ALL DIGITAL (Belgium), HIPOKAMP (Poland) and Cybermoor Services (UK) have been welcomed by Alliance Senior Active...

ICT 4 the Elderly, the Erasmus+ KA2 project that was launched in November 2018, aims to facilitate a pathway for up-skilling the digital competences of individuals between the age of 55 and 75 years and to make them aware of some of the many opportunities...

The purpose of the BRIGHTS “Boosting Global Citizenship Education using digital storytelling” project is to promote Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in formal and non-formal Education with the help of digital storytelling (DS) techniques, leading to more socially inclusive Education and training policies and practices in...

The consortium of the Open AE: Promote open source technologies in non-formal adult education project is now working on preparing the first output of the project, which is the OPEN-AE curriculum. This curriculum is being designed for e-facilitators working with unemployed adults needing upskilling or...

The Coding for Inclusion project is a KA3 project where students aged 15-18 from disadvantaged areas are trained to become e-facilitators for their younger peers,  10-12 year-olds, using a curriculum focused on teaching STEAM and coding in a fun and playful way. The project piloting is...

First Learning, Teaching, Training Activities (LTTA) for DIGINV project (2018-1-IT02-KA204-048171) was held i in Bevagna, Italy, on the 14-18th January 2019. The programme of the LTTA 1 was offered for cultural operators from Croatia, Cyprus, Hungary, Malta and Italy in order to prepare them on...

The ICTSkills4All’s project website is online and it is now available in English. Soon it will be made available in Portuguese, Latvian, Polish and French. ICTSkills4All is 2-year Erasmus+ KA2 project that aims to foster digital skills in older adults aged 55 years and over who...

On 11-12 February 2019, representatives of 13 organisations from five countries came to Athens for the kick-off meeting of a new project "DevOps for Smart Cities". This is a three-year Erasmus+ KA2, Sector Skills Alliances project, and one of the biggest project consortia that we...

Monuments have a purpose; they relate to our culture and our cultural heritage. Even today a physical monument can be a point of cultural debate, the discussion around it serving as a cultural practice, in which the public discourse can demonstrate as a measure of...

Digital SkillShift is a new project supported by the J.P. Morgan Foundation in partnership with ALL DIGITAL and three of our member organisations. It will help unemployed people shift their expectations and get digital skills and digital attitudes....

ALL DIGITAL Week is an annual digital empowerment campaign run at digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres and non-profits across Europe, bringing 100,000 Europeans every year in exciting online and offline events tackling digital transformation and its effects. The 10th edition of the campaign in...

A new Erasmus+ KA2 project on Strategic partnerships for Adult Education has started. ALL DIGITAL is the coordinator of the project OPEN-AE: Promote Open Source Technologies in non-formal Adult Education, which will be implemented with four other ALL DIGITAL member organisations. Open-AE was awarded through...

Dear Reader, We hope you had an exciting and very eventful autumn, as we did. From the Policy Debate Digital Skills and Media Literacy for Active Citizenship to our 11th annual event ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 and ALL DIGITAL Awards Ceremony to five new project launches...

Partners of the Erasmus + KA3 project Coding for Inclusion (#CondincEU) met in Berlin on 19-20 November for the third partners' meeting. The project scales up the Capital Digital methodology developed by project partner and ALL DIGITAL member Maks. Young people of high school age from...

What is the profile of those EU citizens who are at risk of digital exclusion and what are the key motivation drivers for them to enroll in a digital upskilling pathway? These are the two principal questions that the partners of the Digital Competences Development System...

On 18-19 October 2018, 180 delegates from 120 organisations in 30 different countries across Europe attended the 11th ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 titled ‘DIGITAL JOURNEY: FROM INCLUSION TO EMPOWERMENT’. The event was organized at Hotel Bloom in Brussels by ALL DIGITAL with the local partner...

The new Erasmus+ KA2 project ICT 4 the Elderly, implemented by ALL DIGITAL member organisations, was launched on the 13 and 14 November 2018 in Malta. Malta Communications Authority will coordinate the project, which will involve ALL DIGITAL and three other partners: Simbioza Genesis from...

Commemorating the year of cultural heritage and following a consultation with ALL DIGITAL members, a new cluster was opened on the topic of digital cultural heritage. The main objective of the working group will be to cooperate for the redaction of position paper to be...

The #CodincEU (Coding for Inclusion, Erasmus+ KA3 project) encompasses a peer-to-peer learning methodology wherein elder school students teach their younger peers - children in elementary schools STEAM education and coding in a fun and playful way. #CodincEU is based on a best practice that is ongoing...

After the Digital Journey, we started the Digital Invasion…. Following the 2018 ALL DIGITAL Summit, entitled Digital Journey: From Inclusion to Empowerment, a kick off meeting for the #DIGINV project Digital Invasions for the promotion of cultural heritage took place at the office for the representation...

The HURISTO project final event took place in Brussels on the 18th and 19th October 2018 and it was combined with the ALL DIGITAL Summit “Digital Journey: from Inclusion to Empowerment”. Around 160 people participated in the event. This year the Summit had a particular focus...

On the evening of 18 October 2018, participants of the ALL DIGITAL Summit celebrated the finalists of ALL DIGITAL Awards. Over 100 guests gathered in the Inspire Room of the Hotel Bloom to meet the finalists, learn who the winners are, and congratulate them. The...

In an effort to increase digital equity awareness globally, the US National Digital Inclusion Alliance and the Australian Digital Inclusion Alliance co-organized International Digital Inclusion Week (IDIW) on 15-21 October, 2018. IDIW2018 aimed to increase awareness and commitment to digital inclusion, create opportunities for national focus,...

The 3rd partners’ meeting of the WELCOME project took place in Rome on 1-2 October and was hosted by our Italian partner Fondazione Mondo Digitale. After an exciting tour to their fab lab and a virtual reality painting experience, partners got down to business. A number...

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...