Digital Welcome methodology focuses on digital inclusion and digital empowerment as a strategy to equip young refugees and migrants with the necessary skills to fully participate in the host society, including digital skills, but also pedagogical and soft skills to make connections with local people,...

This is the first version of the Digital competence development methodology (DCDM) of the Digital Competences Development System (DCDS) project. The methodology and the choices based on it for the design and delivery of digital competence training to adult learners, following a blended learning approach, will...

The CODINC (Codinc for Inclusion) Methodology scales up the Capital Digital project which was developed and implemented by project partner Maks. The Capital Digitaal project took places in centres of informal education, where teenagers of disadvantaged backgrounds were trained to become e-facilitators giving them their...

The final #SmartWomenEU meeting took place in Vilnius on the 12-13 September. Partners from Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Cyprus and Spain, spoke about their experience from the training, and how to ensure the Smart Women training course remains available for the coming years. In practice...

Between 2007 and 2013, cultural participation has contracted in all European countries, where "low" level of participation went up  from 30% to 34%. On the other hand, cultural heritage represents an extraordinary resource for growth: both from the point of view of cohesion and social inclusion,...

On 25 January 2018, partners from eight organisations gathered in Brussels to kick-off the new 2-year project funded by Erasmus+ KA3 - Digital Competences Development System (DCDS). What is the purpose of the project? Around a quarter of the European adult population struggles with reading and writing...

On 5-7 December 2017,  Centre of Technical Culture Rijeka (CTC Rijeka) hosted in Rijeka, Croatia, the third BRIGHTS project meeting and the training of the BRIGHTS national tutors. The one-day project meeting involved ALL DIGITAL and all the other BRIGHTS partners: Maks vzw, Association Study Center...

Funded by: Erasmus + Duration: 14 months Start date: 01/10/2017 End date: 30/11/2018 Website: www.huristo.eu #huristo   HURISTO is a project with the main aim to deliver a methodology concerning European human rights charter and educational skill improvement for the less educated. The purpose of the year-long project is to develop a methodology...

In October 2017 the HURISTO project was launched in Brussels. The project was coordinated by Maks and has been implemented in Italy, Spain and Belgium. The purpose of the year-long project was to develop a methodology for awareness raising and advocacy about the European human rights charter as a part of global citizenship...

CODEMOB - teaching coding and mobile devices in telecentres is a project that designed two courses on coding and mobile devices for users and a training curriculum for e-Facilitators. CODEMOB has created a comprehensive curriculum through which unemployed young users would learn how to use their...