The digital world is increasingly penetrating the education and skills domain, with technology gradually being used to deliver education, knowledge and skills in new and innovative ways.

For this reason, there is a pressing need for enhancing digital literacy, e-skills and e-inclusion and several organizations advocate for bigger investments in training and updating skills in order to prevent most vulnerable people (such as older people, people with disabilities, low income earners, educationally disadvantaged people and minorities, from suffering digital exclusion.

We work together with universities and research centres in developing multi-stakeholder projects, events and campaigns paving the way to personal development, participation in social life and independence for all citizens regardless their economic, social and health conditions.




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