DIRECT ENGAGEMENT AND CONTRIBUTION
to the digital inclusion community ensure the sustainability of the tools foreseen.
- Policy-makers (at national and European level)
- Public, private and third sector servants (at regional and national level)
- Practitioners (trainers and other professionals providing services to vulnerable groups of society)
- Researchers (involved in research on digital inclusion and/or socially excluded groups)
- Organisations and individuals working directly with socially excluded groups
- Academics (e.g. social work faculties)
- Local Authorities
- access to the MEDICI map and catalogue of 200 good practices in 27 EU Member States and the UK
- share knowledge and experience with your peers, and discuss about challenges, pitfalls and lessons learnt in the Community Forum
- learn with MEDICI webinars repository; Podcasts on evaluation and replicability of good practices, Evidence Summaries on key Digital Inclusion issues.
- People with disabilities
- Marginalised children and youth
vulnerable groups are more likely to be excluded from digital economy and therefore from employability.
It is important that they are not overseen while bridging the gap in digital skills, otherwise it may, in longer term, lead to poverty, income inequality and economic stagnation.