The MEDICI Project is calling on the digital inclusion community to submit good practices, success stories and lessons learned in the field of digital inclusion. Today, we want to empower MEDICI Knowledge Community Members by sharing their experiences and know how on what works, to support the digital
Connect on Friday 10th of July at 12.00 CET to learn about Women in Tech, the first European Female Ecosystem, supported by the Brussels Region, to empower women in technologie and innovation, with Loubna Azghoud, Coordinator of Women in Tech.
Connect on Wednesday 15th of July at 12.00 CET to learn about Biblionet, one of a good practice from our catalogue on Digital Inclusion and discover the role of libraries on e-inclusion process and on the creation of vibrant community
The MEDICI Webinar goes local! Connect on Wednesday the 3rd of June at 12.00 and meet Dr. Chrysa Paidousi, Director of the Department of Vocational Training, National Institute of Labour and Human Resources (NILHR) speaking about the digital transformation and the resulting
With the purpose to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access/inclusion and people with different disabilities, the ninth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) wil be happening on Thursday the 21st of May 2020. In the world, 1 billion people
The internet is no longer a “nice-to-have” tool; it is a “must-have” societal necessity. Being offline has significant social and economical implications, from social exclusion to limited career opportunities, and can mean people are unable to access public services, as
Organisations and social enterprises are facing unusual challenges due to Coronavirus outbreak. There is an overwhelming feeling of having a little of no control on what is happening around and will have a long term effects. We tend to immediately
Connect on Thursday 7th of May at 12.00 CET and discover how getting online can be life-changing with a presentation of good practices from the UK and France to overcome digital exclusion among homeless and older people. David Scurr, Partnership &
The MEDICI project facilitates and supports knowledge exchange and replication of good practices among the stakeholders involved in the digital inclusion ecosystem, with the hope to contribute to bridging the "digital divide" affecting in particular the vulnerable groups of society.
97% of Europeans have been exposed to online disinformation, 37% of them on a daily basis. Disinformation has a negative impact on society, in particular on political affairs, immigration, minorities and security. One of the key antidotes against disinformation is increasing citizens’ media literacy as it