Through epractice.eu, the European Commission has announced following ePractice events & workshops that may be of your interest to attend or speak to: » Effective & Efficient eGovernment Services, 15 September 2011 » Reaping the benefits of eID in different business sectors within the EU and beyond, 29...

This year again, the European Alliance on Skills for Employability and its members – Microsoft, Adecco and State Street – are launching the 2011 Skills for Employability Awards. This is the opportunity to celebrate outstanding and effective uses of ICT training and skills development adapted by...

In its third year, the European Congress on E-Inclusion ‘Transforming Access to Digital Europe in Public Libraries’  (ECEI11) will take place on the 6th and 7th of September at the European Parliament and the Committee of the Regions in Brussels. This year’s agenda will examine the transformative impact...

Telecentres have a serious role to play in assisting young people in their transition from school to the job market. That’s why Telecentre-Europe is linking up with the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, an international affiliation of organizations that provide opportunities for young people from underserved...

A team of Telecentre-Europe representatives (Ian Clifford, Mara Jakobsone, Juan Francisco Delgado and Pedro Aguilera) attended the European Commission Digital Agenda Assembly that took place on 16-17 June 2011. Ian spoke in the workshop on Digital Literacy on the role of telecentres in supporting people to...

The Corsican territorial collectivity (CTC), joined by a large spectrum of stakeholders, including telecentre networks, is organizing a Conference on Digital Mediation in Ajaccio (Corsica, France) on the 19th, 20th and 21st of September 2011, as a specific time for thinking, sharing and creating on...

PH International (PH), founded in 1985, is a non-profit organization with programs in the US, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, and Turkey. Our mission is to build a strong global community by fostering civic leadership, harnessing information technology, and facilitating cross-cultural learning. PH International pursues this vision...

More than one hundred thousand Europeans were reached by telecentres in 30 European countries in the 2011 Get Online Week campaign.   Neelie Kroes, the Vice President of the European Commission thanked telecentre staff, and hailed them ‘European heroes’. Get Online Week 2011 ran from 28 February...

More than one hundred thousand Europeans were reached by telecentres in 30 European countries in the 2011 Get Online Week campaign. Neelie Kroes, the Vice President of the European Commission thanked telecentre staff, and hailed them ‘European heroes’.   » visit the news section of Get Online Week...

ALL DIGITAL (formerly Telecentre-Europe) newsletter was first published back in May 2011 and has changed a lot since the first edition. Nonetheless, our goal hasn't changed: we want to regularly update our members and interested stakeholders on our activities and give them a dose of...

EPMA, European Projects & Management Agency, is a non-profit organization, settled by Region Vysocina and BMI Association in 2004. The main objective of EPMA is to develop international project based co-operation of European regions and regional partners towards knowledge based information society. This objective is implemented through activities like research, awareness...

Peabody is a London based Housing Provider providing social housing across the city. We manage over 17,000 properties in London providing housing to over 50,000 people. Our New Business Directorate manages and delivers employment and training services to vulnerable people from centres across London. These local...

Under the title “Joining up for European e-Inclusion” the third Telecentre-Europe Summit took place in Budapest, Hungary during 13-14 October 2010, and brought together telecentre network leaders and eInclusion actors from across Europe. The event was held under the patronage of Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of...

DemNet’s vision: a world based on the responsible and sustainable relationsip of self-organised citizens and their communities respecting human dignity. DemNet’s mission: to facilitate and strenghten co-operation and self-organisation processes of community actors. DemNet’s core values and approaches: transparency, innovation, creativity, locality, and participatory approach. DemNet...

Telecentar Zagreb is the coordination centre of regional Telecentar Network from the South-Eastern Europe. Core activities: » ICT training » Multimedia production training » Multimedia production » Video production Telecentar Zagreb  has as mission to provide additional media, IT and entrepreneurial education to various type of users. Also we are developing...

Novi Sad Humanitarian Center is a non-profitable, charitable organization which contributes to creating a humane society by providing support for the vulnerable and marginalized groups and encouraging civil activism, research and education. In partnership with governmental and non-governmental sector, NSHC contributes to the development of non-formal...

The Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA) is a non-governmental, professional organisation, founded in 1998. LIKTA’s main objective is to promote and further the develop­ment of the Information Society in Latvia, so that all citizens may be given the opportunity to benefit from ICT and...

The Association’s main mission is to bring together and build a network with organizations that work in creation, promotion and maintenance of public areas for the promotion of Information Society by promoting innovation in the public access to technologies Information and Communication Technology (ICT), doing...

Research and Organizational Development Association (RODA) is non-governmental, non-profit organization, established in November 2006. Our mission is to develop and increase competencies of citizens for active participation in the knowledge economy, with the special focus on socially excluded groups in the society. RODA core intervention is the...

Dedalo Foundation for Information Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, impulse and development of the Information Society in the south side of Navarre (“Ribera de Navarra”), designing and executing activities oriented to the citizenship, companies, entrepreneurs and organizations. To achieve these objectives, the...

ESPLAI educates children and young people during their leisure time and strengthens associations and organisations in order to reduce social exclusion and the digital divide. Its Red Conecta and Conecta projects are developing digital literacy training, helping participants to gain e-skills, improve their ability to join...

The Alliance of Access to Information and Training Community Centres was officially registered in 2007, being founded by 47 centres. The mission is to contribute to the consolidation of the information society and to the sustainable development of civil society by reducing the digital divide phenomenon and by...

Malta Communications Authority (MCA) develops ICT literacy programmes and IT skills within the Maltese community at large. MCA also develops Community Technology Learning Centres and prepare them to assist in the effective delivery of specialised courses for workforce transformation and employment opportunity creation. MCA works closely with Microsoft Malta for their...

The UK online centres network was set up by government in 2000 to provide public access to computers UK online centres provide millions of people with access to technology and support in using it, at 3.800 local centres across England. All UK online centres offer free or low cost...

Créatif is an associative network of « e-inclusion » stake-holders from regional, local and city councils, thematic networks and grassroots organisations. It was created in the year 2000. Since its beginnings its mission is to support, promote and facilitate e-inclusion through: – networking of stake-holder’s, – supporting and facilitating the...

In 2009 the network ‘Learn more about ICT’ started up in earnest. This initiative plays a major role in a broad societal effort to improve Danish citizens’ IT competences. ‘Learn more about ICT’ is a national network, comprising the entire library sector, unions, all municipalities, adult...

Association Langas i Ateiti (Window to the Future – W2F) is a private business initiative launched by private companies in 2002. The mission of the Langas i Ateiti alliance is to promote the use of internet and e-services in Lithuania and hereby stimulate the growth of...

IAN supports the human rights violation survivors and other marginalized and vulnerable groups in development of their own potential for decent life in peace. IAN also has an Educational Department (IAN Telecentar) – the aim of telecentar is to develop competencies required for active participation in...

Educating for an Open Society (EOS) is a private, non-profit organization established in Romania in 1998. EOS Romania has more than 10 years of experience in the development of programs and projects related to Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for sustainable development in both public and private...

Since its creation in 1988, Interface3 has worked to expand the range of professional opportunities available for women, and to improve their qualifi­cations in ICT. Interface3 offers a variety of training programs in IT related areas where women are un­der-represented, and in more traditionally female jobs...

Key Competences for All brings new benefits to the European telecentres and their customers, by providing an employability toolkit that is especially designed for telecentre use. In the spring of 2009 an informal partnership formed under the auspices of Telecentre‐Europe, submitted an application to the EC...

Key Competences for All brings new benefits to the European telecentres and their customers, by providing an employability toolkit that is especially designed for telecentre use. In the spring of 2009 an informal partnership formed under the auspices of Telecentre‐Europe, submitted an application to the EC (Grundtvig)...

On the 4th of March 2010 Telecentre-Europe held the first ever European Get Online Day. What a day it turned out to be! More than 50.000 people were reached by the campaign on the day itself, in 42 European countries, and the online counter recorded a total number...

The Telecentre-Europe Summit 2009 took place on 14-15 October in Istanbul, Turkey. It brought together 90 telecentre network leaders from across the world. The event was managed by the Telecentre-Europe’s Steering Committee and Youth for Habitat, and was sponsored by Microsoft. The summit took forward the...

A short film was produced during one of the staff exchanges by Association Rural Internet Access Points, Lithuania and Responsible Business Institute, Poland. Telecentre-Europe Network staff exchange programme provided an excellent opportunity to meet colleges from different countries and share experience, discuss and prepare video film...

On April 8-9, 2008, more than 60 telecentre practitioners from 43 organisations, representing 23 countries across Europe, met for the European Telecentre Leaders Forum (TLF-E) in Riga, Latvia. The most urgent need was to create and build a community of people, who believe in the power...

On April 8-9, 2008, more than 60 telecentre practitioners from 43 organisations, representing 23 countries across Europe, met for the European Telecentre Leaders Forum (TLF-E) in Riga, Latvia. The most urgent need was to create and build a community of people, who believe in the power...

Telecentre-Europe and the University of Washington are conducting a survey to map the different ways in which telecenters and other social organizations assess the contribution of their programs to improve the lives of the people they serve. The survey serves two main purposes: – Develop an inventory of eInclusion actors based on the...