15 Jun ALL DIGITAL Awards 2020
What we celebrate
In 2020, ALL DIGITAL Awards will recognise individuals and organisations in four categories:
See the full description and assessment criteria by clicking each link.
The Awards ceremony is planned to be held in Berlin on the evening of 8 October 2020. The winners will receive trophies and will have the opportunity to present their initiatives to an audience of c100 participants.
Win a trip to Berlin!
The finalists in each category will be invited to attend the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2020 in Berlin, Germany, on 10-11 October 2020.
Award winners (one in each category) will be entitled to free accommodation – 1 person for 2 nights and will also have their travel expenses (up to 300 EU) covered by ALL DIGITAL.
Terms and conditions
Nominations are accepted from organisations and individuals working in wider Europe (not limited to EU28) in the field of enhancing digital skills.
Nominations must be completed in English and submitted through online forms, indicated in each category description.
The jury will assess the nominations against a set of criteria and choose three finalists and winner in each category.
The Jury are the members of the Advisory Board of ALL DIGITAL:
- Fiona Fanning, Director of European affairs, Certiport
- Alexa Joyce, EMEA Future-Ready Skills Lead, Microsoft
- Christoph Kaletka, Research & Management, TU Dortmund University
- Andrea Parola, General Manager for European e-Skills Association
- Austėja Trinkūnaitė, Secretary General of CEPIS, the Council of European Professional Informatics Societies
- Submission deadline: 31 July 2020
- Evaluation: August 2020
- Announcement of finalists: 10 September 2020
- Awards Ceremony and announcement of winners: 08 October 2020
Social media: #AllDigitalEU, #DigitalSkills #AllDigitalAwards
Previously also known as Telecentre-Europe Awards and Digital Inclusion Awards, they were given to organisations and individuals working in the field of digital inclusion to acknowledge their work. Good practices and nominations have been presented on the Unite-IT e-inclusion network portal, which is the focal point of information, news, resources, database of practices and policies in Europe with specific focus on ICT for inclusion and social cohesion.
FINALISTS AND WINNERS OF PREVIOUS EDITIONS
- WINNER: Dace Bergmane from Ventspils Digital Centre, Latvia
- WINNER: Youssef Laakel from MAKS, Brussels, Belgium
- Pascale Hoelebrandt from Centrum voor Basiseducatie Leerpunt, Gent, Belgium
BEST DIGITAL CHANGEMAKER
- Kristi Kivilo, former CEO of Vaata Maailma (Look at World) Foundation; now ICT skills coordinator at Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Tallinn, Estonia
- WINNER: Isidre Bermudez, Project manager at Esplai Foundation, Barcelona, Spain
- John Munn, Founder of Global Digital Week, London, UK
BEST DIGITAL RESOURCE
- ‘Epilietis.eu online lessons’ by Association “Langas į ateitį”
- ‘Guidelines Digital Competences for Elderly People by Telefónica Deutschland and Stiftung Digitale Chancen
- ‘BecaMOS’ by Esplai Foundation, Red Conecta
- WINNER ‘TuCertiCyL’ by Castilla y Leon Government, Spain
BEST DIGITAL RESOURCE
- “Les Bons Clics” by WeTechCare
- “Seniors@DigiWorld Online Course”
- WINNER: BRIGHTS MOOC “Addressing Global Citizenship Education Through Digital Storytelling”
BEST COOPERATION PROJECT
- Antonio Collado – e-facilitator at Pere Tarres Foundation, part of PuntTIC network
- Gema Parrado-Leon – e-facilitator at AUPEX, Puebla de la Calzada
- WINNER: Mercedes Olea Rodríguez – e-facilitator at Guadalinfo, Albaida del Aljarafe / Sevilla
- Juan Acosta López – e-facilitator at Guadalinfo, Mengibar
BEST DIGITAL CHANGEMAKER
- José Miguel Morales-Miranda – e-facilitator and content developer at AUPEX; Moraleja, Spain
- Angel Martin – trainer at digital competence centers in Castilla y León (CyL Digital), Association of Telecentre Networks; Ávila, Spain
- WINNER: Linda Mannila founder of Make It Finland and Digismart, researcher at Linköping University; Parainen, Finland
BRIGHTS AWARDS – BEST DIGITAL STORY
- Kevin Malnar, Croatia, supported by teacher Tanja Sebalj-Kocet and national tutor Sanjin Smajlovic from CTK Rijeka
- Victoria Ivanova, Greece, supported by trainer Maria Pyrgaki and national tutor Nikos Patselis from HePIS
- Nicolo Fatone, Italy, supported by trainer Annalisa di Zanni and national tutor Luca Pagliaricci from CSF
- WINNER: Wannes Hendriks, Belgium,
BEST DIGITAL RESOURCE 2017
- CoderToolkit by Digipolis Gent
- Get Smarter by Malta Communications Authority (MCA)
- WINNER: Yep4Europe Methodology by Maks vzw and Yep4Europe Consortium
BEST COOPERATION PROJECT 2017
- BRIGHTS: Boosting Global Citizenship Education using digital storytelling
- WINNER: Generation 0101
BEST E-FACILITATOR 2017
- Katja Plesko – Programme Manager at Simbioza Genesis, Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Tom Van Hoey – Trainer at Konekt, Ghent, Belgium
- WINNER: Dolores Carmona – Facilitator at Digital Literacy Programme of Extremadura – AUPEX, Torremejía/Badajoz, Spain
BEST DIGITAL CHANGEMAKER 2017
- Olivera Stanić – Secretary and Director of Professional Service at Centre of Technical Culture (CTC) Rijeka, Croatia
- Ana Pleško – Director of Simbioza Genesis social enterprise, Ljubljana, Slovenia
- WINNER: Veronique De Leener – Director at Maks vzw, Brussels, Belgium
In 2016, individuals and organisations were selected and awarded in Ghent:
- Best E-Facilitator – Antonio Manuel Gonzalez Perez, Baza, Spain
- Best Digital Changemaker, organized together with I-LINC project – Goran Jovisic, Novi Sad, Serbia
- Best Practice, organized together with I-LINC project – Digital Storytelling – Bridge Between Generations, Municipality of Medgidia, Romania
- Best Multi-Stakeholder Partnership – Biblionet – the World in My Library, Romania
In 2015, four organisations were selected and awarded in Belgrade:
- Education and training: “Tieto Latvia” LTD, Latvia
- Youth employability: YouRock Online Ltd, United Kingdom
- Vulnerable groups at risk of exclusion: Citizens Advice, United Kingdom
- Gender equality: City of Venice, Italy
More about the award ceremony and the winning projects available on Unite-IT platform.
2014 winners in Zagreb were:
- Education and training: Regional Telecottages Public Association of South Hungarian Plain for their project Telecottage Katedra – Smartphones
- Youth employability: Social Innovation Environment project from Consorcio Fernando De Los Ríos, Spain
- Vulnerable groups: Open the Windows, Macedonia for their Project for e- Accessible Education
- Gender equality: Handmade and IT for women implemented by Pontus Euxinus Library in Navodari in Romania.
Read more about the winners and their work in this blogpost.