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
The European Commission is working on a digital transformation that will benefit everyone and will open up new opportunities for businesses, boost the development of trustworthy technology, foster an open and democratic society, enable a vibrant and sustainable economy and
Second MEDICI webinar – Using Theory of Change to design and evaluate interventions for digital inclusion
Connect on Thursday 2nd of April at 12.00 CET and discover more about the Theory of Change and how it can help improve the design, planning and evaluation of interventions to support the digital inclusion of vulnerable groups. A Theory of