December 2009 Blogposts (8)

e-Skills Week Competition


The e-Skills Week is a campaign that aims to raise awareness of the growing demand of highly

skilled ICT practitioners and users within the industry. It is organised by DIGITALEUROPE and

European Schoolnet together with 20 national partners with the objective to promote e-skills whilst

building bridges between the different stakeholders. The… Continue

Added by Unite-IT Manager on December 31, 2009 at 4:06 — No Comments

Make a Child's with Disabilities Future Colorful with Hope.

For the first time Santa Clause's hope and happiness reach the persons with disabilities but this time not to give surprises but to take them from our centers.

Happy new year 2010 to our children with disabilities

Studies center for handicapped research not forgotten the welfare of the children with disabilities to celebrate with disabled children, Christmas and the coming of the new year 2010

For more photos about activity kindly,… Continue

Added by Nabil Eid on December 30, 2009 at 20:12 — 3 Comments

Journey of exploration with Disabilities Children

Think, Discover then Create with the Green Team

Massar Project in Syria participated with disabled children in Salamieh and collaboration with Studies Centre for Handicapped Research a unique activity to integrate and inclusive children with disabilities in discovery of their talents and abilities, strengthen, develops the children with giving them opportunity to think, discover, experience, creativity, challenge and happiness.

Massar is… Continue

Added by Nabil Eid on December 28, 2009 at 19:06 — No Comments

Staff Exchange Program- Lithuania Exchange

As a member of Youth Association for Habitat (I am a volunteer responsible for the implementation of Project called: „Empowerment of Youth for the E-Transformation of Turkey”) I had an opportunity to take part in Staff Exchange which took place in “Langas I Ateiti” (Windows to the Future) in Vilnius – Lithuania. For me it was great opportunity to exchange my experiences that I gained during my work in Turkey, and also to compare our work and projects which have being implemented in our… Continue

Added by Dilan Caglar on December 28, 2009 at 19:00 — 2 Comments

New study published by the European Commission underlines the importance of pursuing technological openness for the future Ubiquitous Information Society

What does the future of a connected Information Society look like and how should we prepare our overall ICT strategy and related policies to become the globally leading knowledge society? On 7th of December 2009, the Commission made public some key policy considerations to these difficult questions by presenting the final results of a study of the evolution of the connected future information society and promising policy choices. The study projects the economic, societal and business model… Continue

Added by Elif Memiş on December 11, 2009 at 16:30 — No Comments

Lifelong Learning Programme Call for Proposals 2010

European Commission has launched the Lifelong Learning Programme Call for Proposals 2010. Detailed information can be reached on the website of EACEA (Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency).

Very recently, two Infodays (one in Helsinki on 23rd of November 2009 and one in Brussels on 7th of December) have been organized for potential beneficiaries. On the specific page of… Continue

Added by Elif Memiş on December 11, 2009 at 14:32 — 1 Comment

Empowerment of persons with disabilities and their communities around the world

International Day of Disabled People on the third of December.

“Making the MDGs Inclusive“:

Empowerment of persons with disabilities and their communities around the world”

The third of December each year finds the world celebrating the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day for recognition of the contributions and achievements of people with disabilities from around the world. On this day people from every nation,… Continue

Added by Nabil Eid on December 3, 2009 at 8:57 — 1 Comment

Study visit to Barcelona by Elena Lanzoni & Nicole Lenoir

On 29th and 30th of October 2009 we went to Esplai for a study visit. We had the opportunity to talk with the persons in charge of conecta-joven programs. This program focuses on ICT training for beginners and on innovative solutions to fight against the digital gap. The project trains 16-18 teenagers, including second generation immigrants to teach basic ICT skills to adults beginners in ICT, especially unemployed, people isolated by old age and gender, newly arrived migrants, etc.

We… Continue

Added by Elena lanzoni on December 2, 2009 at 12:30 — 1 Comment

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