Mapping the evolving Digital Inclusion landscape to support Cohesion and Integration




About Us

MEDICI is a two year European project aiming to develop and disseminate widely the existing best practices for integrating vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in the Digital society across the 28 EU member states.

The Platform

The platform is the core of the MEDICI project. It hosts the selected best practices that take place at local, national and European level to better integrate vulnerable/disadvantaged groups in the digital society across the 28 EU Member States.


The MEDICI project aims to develop a network to support the review and exchange of practices and, experiences throughout the digital inclusion community.


Case studies
and good practices

  • Youthreach is part of the national programme of second-chance education and training in Ireland. The programme is directed at unemployed young early school leavers (15-20). It offers the opportunity to pursue viable options within adult life providing opportunities to acquire certification.

  • Apps for Good goal is to enable young people from low-income families to develop mobile and web apps for social change. The key aim is to offer young people leading edge technical skills based on Google's Android platform to enable them to move on into education and employment.

  • Samasource provides data services to large businesses: services which are performed by people in developing countries who might be excluded from skilled employment. They aim to provide poor women and youth with certified training and work opportunities which bring them to the digital table.

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