We are looking for a Community Manager for the Unite-IT online community. Unite-IT is an informal network of digital inclusion professionals and practitioners throughout Europe and beyond. Presently the Unite-IT community has 750 registered members from 85 individual countries. Members are professionals working for organisations specialised in digital inclusion, or people simply interested in digital skills and community development – the Unite-IT community is for all.…Continue
Added by Peter Palvolgyi on April 14, 2016 at 10:00 — No Comments
This 3-minute video (http://www.hirado.hu/videok/non-profit-alapon-tanitjak-programozni-a-fiatal-lanyokat-asszonyokat/) presents in Hungarian language the first ICT school - called SKOOL - in Hungary made exclusively for girls. Trainings are offered for free for girls between the age of 10-18, those who can be still influenced in their professional orientation. The…Continue
The European Employment Forum took place on 27-28 November 2012 in Brussels. As a side event, Accenture, Adecco Group and Microsoft organized an interactive session on Bridging the Skills Gap for Youth in Europe that showcased the 2012 Youth Employability Award Winners.…Continue
Added by Peter Palvolgyi on December 14, 2012 at 9:30 — No Comments
Senior citizens were in the focus in Röszke Telecentre (population: 3296 people). Local residents over the age of 50 were invited to the telecentre to take basic computer course. Nearly 20 people participated on the training learning about the most popular internet applications such as Skype, Facebook and Gmail.
But the Telecentre has greater ambitions: its goal is to better engage senior citizens in the life of the community, to active and mobilize them for achieving common community…Continue
Added by Peter Palvolgyi on April 30, 2012 at 12:26 — No Comments
Get Online Week campaign was used for raising the visibility of telecentres. We wanted to put “Telecentres in the Centre of Attention”, as the campaign’s subtitle said in Hungarian language.
Telecentres in Hungary face serious problems of sustainability as they do not have regular funding from the government. About half of the telecentres are operated by NGOs that makes their operation more flexible, but they are more affected by the economic crisis and the lack of…Continue
Added by Peter Palvolgyi on April 30, 2012 at 10:53 — No Comments