In September association Langas į ateitį is going to successfully complete its activities within the project Trust Yourself which is funded by the European Social Fund. The project is aimed at providing young people the opportunity to develop work related computer literacy skills. Since March of 2014 the Langas į ateitį in partnership with public libraries…Continue
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TEAC 2015 is going to offer its participants a range of ways to explore digital empowerment this year. Five simultaneous workshops led by the UNITE-IT project and platform leaders will invite participants to look into a number of topics: education and training of digital skills, digital inclusion of vulnerable groups, digital social…Continue
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The piloting phase of the iProfessional competence framework for media professionals has been ongoing by all the project partners, including Telecentar who has decided to carry it out in an innovative and different way. The piloting has been implemented during the First summer school for e-Facilitators which was…Continue
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Programa Escolhas (the Choices Programme) is a national programme of the Portuguese government for social inclusion under the Ministry of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, and is part of the High Commission for Migration. The Programme was created…Continue
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One of those local clubs is situated in the community of Danderyd, just north of Stockholm, where we try to
increase the knowledge around computerhandling and Internet.
Since 2010 Telecentre Europe is running the European Get Online Week (http://getonlineweek.eu/) to get people trained in ICT and help them take the advantage of using the Internet.
Thanks to this annual initiative, we count 160,000 first time Internet users and over 12 million Europeans who have heard about the importance of…Continue
There are hundreds of thousands of ICT centres, libraries and NGOs where people can learn digital skills. Many get interested in ICT and go on to follow a university course. For others, their new digital skills help them find a job. But are the skills acquired through these trainings formally recognized?
Do they count for employers and universities and how do people prove them? With a university diploma, we can prove our skills. But what happens when we learn at a non-formal…Continue
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This summer association “Langas į ateitį“ initiated a campaign for children summer camps to raise the awareness about safer use of the internet and the potential dangers that lurk in cyberspace. Through June and July 10 summer camps were visited where more than 700 youngsters have participated in entertaining and educational events called „Safe on the Internet during summer time!“…Continue
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On 7-8th July Brussels hosted the annual event on collective awareness raising platforms – CAPS 2015. The conference brought together existing CAPS projects and potential applicants to network and better understand the CAPS concept and social innovation in general.
Networked social responsibility…Continue
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