This October we started a new exciting project “The WELCOME Programme”, we will be working with newcomers – asylum seekers and refugees.
The initial idea for a Programme for IT courses for migrants and refugees was born within the ALL DIGITAL (then Telecentre-Europe) network during the Telecentre Europe General Assembly in Amsterdam in 2016 and was endorsed by many members. The working
The partners have a great wealth of a) practices and methodologies to use new media (coding, digital storytelling, online journalism and social media) as a means for empowerment of disadvantaged target groups and b) practices and methodologies to foster social
The aim of the WELCOME programme is to exchange best practices between the partner organisations and beyond. Partners have different, but complementary expertise. Some are specialised in digital inclusion of disadvantaged target groups, others in working with refugees and asylum seekers. The
Aan de start!
Aan de start
Last 20th June we celebrated the World Refugee Day. The day provides momentum to discuss refugee integration with policy makers and other stakeholders. On this occasion, Veronique de Leener from MAKS vzw, Digital Welcome project partner from Belgium, took part
Storytelling, coding, soft skills, digital journalism: Project Digital Welcome continues at the Phyrtual Innovation Gym inRome with new tools and competences. Participants enjoyed a module on digital journalism with Rosy D’Elia addressing a range of issues, from how facts become news 2.0 to how to organise