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...