Codinc (Coding for inclusion) Erasmus+ project partners met for the fourth time in Larnaca, Cyprus, on 28-29 May. This marked the first meeting since the piloting of the #CodincEU project took place; thus the partners had the chance to review the national pilots and compare experiences...

The Coding for Inclusion project is a KA3 project where students aged 15-18 from disadvantaged areas are trained to become e-facilitators for their younger peers,  10-12 year-olds, using a curriculum focused on teaching STEAM and coding in a fun and playful way. The project piloting is...

The aim of the HURISTO Project is to raise awareness about the European Human Rights Charter as a part of Global Citizenship Education with low-skilled adult learners. This is done through developing and piloting the methodology, based on digital storytelling, that is engaging, fun, offers...

Codinc – Coding for Inclusion is the two-year European funded project led by ALL DIGITAL in partnership with 6 partner organisations from Belgium, Spain, Cyprus, Germany, and Italy was launched in February 2018. The project aims at fostering STEM education of disadvantaged youth through an inclusive...

Codinc – Coding for Inclusion is the name of the latest two-year project led by ALL DIGITAL. On 8-9 February 2018, partners from Belgium, Spain, Cyprus, Germany and Italy arrived in Brussels to discuss the details of the project. Purpose of the project The project aims at fostering STEM...

#CodincEU The “Coding for Inclusion” aims at fostering STEM education of disadvantaged youth through an inclusive educational approach based on a peer-learning pedagogical method for formal and non-formal educational contexts in Europe. The project adapts, disseminates and scales up a inclusive learning good practice based on the...

This October ALL DIGITAL started a new exciting project called “The WELCOME Programme”. As the title hints, we will be working with newcomers – asylum seekers and refugees. How? Through creative IT workshops, which will unlock their potential and foster their inclusion in our countries. The...

  To find publications about the project on social media, please check #digitalwelcome The initial idea for a Programme for IT courses for migrants and refugees was born within the ALL DIGITAL (then Telecentre-Europe) network  during the Telecentre Europe General Assembly in Amsterdam in 2016 and was...

On November 13th, the Euroamérica Foundation organised together with the Bertelsmann an international conference on new technologies in education, in Europe and Latin America. The conference looked into opportunities for economic development, employment and social inclusion brought by education and enhanced by new technologies. The...

by Ilona Griniute On 11th September Socialists & Democrats in the European Parliament organised a seminar on Decent work, quality jobs and poverty: The missing link in Europe 2020. This seminar can be linked to the Annual Convention of the European platform against poverty and social exclusion (EPAPSE) which...

By Ilona Griniute It’s a fact that with age people tend to participate in social and community activities far less. In addition, physical disabilities and health problems can lead to forced social isolation. But recent studies confirm that social media is becoming part of the elderly...

The Spanish network of telecentres  Guadalinfo and  our partner organisation Telecentre.org are organising this Friday, March 7th in Andalucia, Spain an event on telecentres and innovation titled “SparkLAB Andalucía”. Sponsored by the Spanish telecommunications giant Telefónica, the event is   a  continuation of the international SparkLAB initiative, a movement initiated by Telecentre.org,...

The European Commission in partnership with the Cyprus Presidency is hosting the Second Annual Convention of the Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion on 5-6-7 December in Brussels. The European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion is one of the Flagship initiatives of the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and...

In 2011, the Danish government agreed on an ambitious eGovernment strategy stating that by 2015, 80 % of the communication between citizens and public authorities should be digital. As a consequence, the focus in the Danish telecentres has been moved from solely general ICT skills...

On the occasion of the Connect Americas Summit held from 17-19 July, 2012, in Panama City, Panama, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF) have announced the launch of a new partnership to support social inclusion and the successful integration of young people into...