Andrzej Naliwajko
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Where do you work?
Responsible Business Institute in Poland, Białystok
Organisation's Website
http://www.spolecznepracownie.pl
Organisation's Address
BIAŁYSTOK
What does your organization do (100-word description)
We have managed to succeed in something that seemed impossible to reach. We are delviering free, very desirable trainings to the inemployed and to elderly people, who are in danger of being excluded from the modern society. We are also giving a chance to young people to develop their experience in the training field. Our project is compatible with the needs of the society. The role of older citizens, who once were the role
models and the ones who treasured the knowledge, has been marginalised. Our trainees are impressed by the teaching competencies of young trainers. The process of learning has been changed, now young people are sharing knowledge with the ones who got lost in the changes of the modern world. Volunteers show the trainees how to use ICT to not to lose contact with old friends, family living abroad and get any information they find essential to know. It is very important that Community Computer Education Centres are able to finance thir own expansion and l further durattion of the project.
Your function and/or responsibilities related to digital skills training and empowerment
Trainer in Community Centers
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Andrzej Naliwajko's Blog

POLISH team bloggers - selected scenes.

Posted on December 2, 2008 at 9:00 0 Comments

Let's start from the beginning...







Warsaw, we are waiting for a bus to get to the airport.…



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Inclusion 2020: The Ethics e-Inclusion, Vienna 2008, 2nd day

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 17:00 2 Comments



The first speaker laughed with what he said? Strange? Somehow no one in the hale not amused. The first time I met a session where the speaker, laugh with the things that he said. Nothing in them were not amused. I probably do not understand the message, the communication.

The session was very difficult… Continue

E-accessibility: A Dummies Guide to Web Accessibility - Vienna 2008, 2nd day

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 12:30 0 Comments



I am interested in the subject, despite all what I do at work. I write and build Web sites for companies, organizations, private citizens. So I appeared on this session ...end enjoyed it.



Presentation by Mr Steven Sintini.



Very important was what he said about, namely: „Wy should we make… Continue

Ageing Well – User Needs and Expectations. - Vienna 2008, 2nd day.

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 11:00 0 Comments



Between speeches of speakers, chair (David Broster) at one point put his own summary, opinion:



The chair said:

“Of course, technology is not standing still, so although I feel fairly comfortable with technology today I dread to think what it might be like in 20 years… Continue

Press Conference and Exhibition Opening Ceremony, Vienna 2008, 1st day

Posted on November 30, 2008 at 16:00 1 Comment

"A very important conference at an important time" – with these words, Mrs. Heidrun Silhavy summed up everything, what E-inclusion is. I feel that everything we do is translated into the world surrounding us and how important it is, what do we do today, not what we will do tomorrow.…



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