The Digital Welcome project final event took place in Brussels on the 24th May 2019. 67 participants came together to discuss the role of ICT and digital skills in refugee and migrant integration, among them trainers and educators, representatives of
The Multiplier Event was held at the Museum Maritimum of Barcelona (Barcelona) on 28th May 2019. 81 people from 24 different social organizations and 19 different municipal services participated very actively during the celebration of the Digital Welcome Multiplier event.
The second Multiplier Event organized by Stiftung Digitale Chancen (SDC) was held on the 9th of May 2019. The event was co-organised by the neighbourhood centre “BENN Mitte” and the training organisation for refugees “ReDi School”. Multipliers and organisations working
Start date: 22 April 2019 Location: Athens, Greece Organiser(s): IASIS NGO The multiplier event was held on the 22nd of April 2019 by IASIS NGO in Serafio in Athens, which is a modern multi-event center of Sport, Culture and Innovation.
Start date: 20 February 2019 Location: Foligno, Italy Organiser(s): Associazione Centro Studi Città di Foligno The Digital Welcome project was presented on the occasion of the inauguration of the DigiPASS FOLIGNO – a Regional project – at the CSF headquarter.
Start date: 24 January 2019 Location: Barcelona, Spain Organiser(s): Colectic The event was helded at the PuntTIC Palau-solità I Plegamans premises, and e-facilitators of the Vallès Occidental were invited. Event was performed in cooperation with the Regional Goverment. The meeting was attended by
Start date: 19 November 2018 Location: Barcelona, Spain Organiser(s): Colectic This event consisted of a conference by the project manager of Digital Welcome, who also presented the Wemin project (directed to migrated people, but this time, women) and a big debate with the
Start date: 14 November 2018 Location: Barcelona, Spain Organiser(s): Colectic The event, under the title “hackejant socials barriers” was held in a space of the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. The audience attendance was very small, however we can consider that key people
The Digital Welcome project was presented at the “IT skills for young refugees and migrants” parallel breakout session at ALL DIGITAL Summit on 18th October. Moderator Nenja Wolbers, Project Manager and Trainer at Stiftung Digitale Chancen and partner in the WELCOME
Start date: 04 October 2018 Location: Anderlecht, Brussels Organiser(s): Maks vzw The multiplier event had two main goals: – To recruit new participants for our second phase of the pilot – To get feedback and needs for the programme from professionals working