The 2012 Get Online Week campaign will be launched at a special event with stakeholders on International Women’s, Day 8 March 2012, at Interface3, a Telecentre in Brussels, run by women, for women. Get Online Week, a pan-European digital inclusion campaign organised by Telecentre-Europe, involves more than 25.000 Telecentres operated by staff...

Accenture is a supporter of Get Online Week 2012 and is organizing an interactive panel discussion that will take place at FEB/VBO in Brussels on 1 March 2012. Accenture describes ‘cross-sector convergence’ as the creation of totally new business, financing and delivery models resulting from the emergence of growing multi-stakeholder alliances...

The European Broadcasting Union is a supporter of Get Online Week 2012 and is organizing a media literacy event that will take place in Brussels on 1 March 2012. Decision-makers and experts will gather at the EBU office in Brussels to discover how public service media (PSM) facilitate citizenship through media literacy...

On December 13th, more than 200 people gathered in Brussels for the European e-Skills Conference 2011. Among the participants were Telecentre-Europe’s board members Mara Jakobsone and Ian Clifford. Mara Jakobsone, vice-president of LIKTA, gave a presentation on how LIKTA suceeded in getting a government mandated e-skills week in Latvia...

As part of the “Digital Agenda Going Local” exercice in Spain, an expert meeting took place in Sevilla, on the 1st of December 2011. The event was a big success and recognized the important role of telecentres in social innovation. A clear conclusion was the valuable work in the...

Under the title “Telecentres: get to work” the fourth Telecentre-Europe Summit took place in Brussels, Belgium during 27-28 October 2011, and brought together telecentre network leaders and eInclusion actors from all over Europe. This year again, the event was held under the patronage of Neelie Kroes,...

Telecentre-Europe and its partner Microsoft are pleased to announce the winners of the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2011 who all win the prize of an Xbox 360/Kinect Bundle donated by Microsoft: Irina Kotkina, Russia – Best European telecentre manager Borko Vujadinovic, Serbia – Best European telecentre tutor Cornelia Popescu, Romania – Best European telecentre...

During the Conference on Innovation for Digital Inclusion in Gdańsk, Poland (October 5-7, 2011) members of Telecentre-Europe’s board, staff & community will be involved in diverse conference activities: » Ian Clifford, Deputy Chair of Telecentre-Europe AISBL’s managing board and senior manager of UK Online Centres: will be a speaker at the workshop Social facilitators: Tutors,...

This year and for the first time, Telecentre-Europe and its partner Microsoft are launching the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2011, an ideal opportunity to recognize European telecentre people behind the scenes and to celebrate outstanding digital inclusion efforts and achievements of our telecentre community during our Telecentre-Europe...

This year and for the first time, Telecentre-Europe and its partner Microsoft are launching the Telecentre-Europe Awards 2011, an ideal opportunity to recognize European telecentre people behind the scenes and to celebrate outstanding digital inclusion efforts and achievements of our telecentre community during our Telecentre-Europe Summit (27-28...

The Conference “Innovation for Digital Inclusion” is organized within the framework of the official programme of the Polish Presidency of the European Union and will take place 5-7 October 2011 in Gdańsk, Poland. The gathering is meant to provide an overview of the most innovative and effective e-Inclusion initiatives in...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...