STE(A)M related disciplines are becoming increasingly relevant to enhance digital skills and overall problem-solving competences for the digital age. That is why the Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027) correctly identifies the key role of educators in delivering high-performing digital and STE(A)M education. In this context,...

ALL DIGITAL Board's statement   ALL DIGITAL is in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and condemns the Russian invasion as an unjustifiable act of aggression against the democratic values we recognize and in which  we operate. We call for the support of millions of Ukrainians who are being...

On 23 February, ALL DIGITAL hosted a policy event on the European Commission proposals for Council Recommendations on Individual Learning Accounts and Micro-credentials. The two proposals for Recommendations were adopted by the European Commission on 10 December 2021. The Recommendation on Individual Learning Accounts is thereby...

The European Commission has launched a public consultation to gather the views of citizens and stakeholders on the future of digital education during the COVID-19 recovery period and beyond. The public consultation seeks to gather the views and experiences of all citizens, institutions and organisations from...

ALL DIGITAL hosted a high-level event entitled Individual Learning Accounts in the 2020s on 18 February 2020 with eminent keynotes speakers, an expert discussion panel and an invited audience of around 60 stakeholders. The event explored the models and opportunities that arise from implementing Individual Learning Accounts...

On 11 June 2020, the Digital Economy and Skills Unit of the DG CONNECT published the Digital Economy and Society Index, based on data collected by Eurostat in 2019. Overall there is a slow progress in the acquisition of digital competences, as the number of EU...

On 12 March 2018, the High Level Expert Group on Fake News (HLEG), set up by the European Commission in January 2018 to advise on policy initiatives to counter fake news and disinformation spread online, published its final report on Fake News and Online Disinformation....

On 17 January 2018, in a press conference Commissioner Navracsics announced a package of new policy initiatives, with a focus on enhancing digital skills and key competences. The package includes: An updated recommendation on key competences A Digital Education Action Plan A Council Recommendation on Common...

May 7 marks the e-Participation day gathering e-UROPa project partners in 11 countries to promote the use of online tools for citizens to get involved in the EU policy making. Alongside the project also fosters the idea of active civic participation and e-democracy on all levels. A...

Our new project called “Enabling European e-Participation” officially took off this Wednesday, 25th February! 13 partners (Telecentre Europe and twelve of its member organisations) met in Brussels and chose May 7th, two days before Europe Day, to be designated as the European e-Participation Day. During this day we...

by Gabriela Ruseva In 2015 Telecentre Europe, together with twelve of its member organisations, starts its first Europe for Citizens project called “Enabling European e-Participation”, which aims at raising awareness about the online possibilities for participation in the EU policy-making regardless of how far from Brussels...

On 9-10th October Telecentre Europe took part in the 3rd Education, Training and Youth Forum entitled Future Priorities of the ET 2020 Strategic Framework for European Cooperation in Education and Training and Synergies with Youth Policy. The aim of the Forum is once per year to...

Telecentre Europe responded to the Public consultation on the Europe 2020 strategy, launched by the European Commission in May 2014. Through this consultation the Commission aimed at collecting views from stakeholders on the progress and further development of the strategy. The Europe 2020 strategy, with its...

The aim of the event is to showcase a concrete example where digital skills are considered as transversal, or transferable across different work and life contexts. The example is TRANSVAL-EU, a European project which is looking at making transversal skills visible in validation and guidance...

ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022 strongly supports the implementation of specific actions of the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-27, with the main objective of enhancing digital skills and competences for the digital transformation. The 3rd week of the ALL DIGITAL Weeks campaign is focusing on promoting the...

The Week 2 Launch Event of  the ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022 campaign will draw attention not only to the importance of digital literacy but also the value of certification. It will showcase what the Certiport partners and ALL DIGITAL members do together and provide information on...

The launch event is scheduled to take place on Monday 14th March 2022 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET online. The European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel will open the campaign delivering her keynote speech during the launch event . An insightful panel discussion will focus on...

TO WATCH THE EVENT, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN Europe needs digital skills to go beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, which has presented humanity with a huge challenge to our known infrastructures - education systems, healthcare provision, social support, businesses and community cohesion. Society is tired of it all,...

  A high-level event for policymakers, government, educators, and industry   >>Read the blogpost about Individual Learning accounts >>Watch the video Event details Date: 18th Feb 2020, 10h30 - 13h00 (Registration and coffee from 09h30) Location: NH Brussels Berlaymont, Bvd Charlemagne 11/19, Brussels, BE (Metro: Schuman) Format: A morning...