Click to Europe final conference Belgrade, 24 May 2011. About Telecentre-Europe.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Click to Europe final conference
Belgrade, 24 May 2011
Telecentre-Europe is an inclusive and vibrant network that increases the impact and effectiveness of telecentres throughout Europe by providing advocacy, knowledge sharing and capacity building amongst its members.
The main aim of Telecentre-Europe is to increase the impact, effectiveness and profile of its members, and thereby improve the quality of life, employability and social and civic participation of
the citizens they serve.
Telecentre-Europe and the Digital Agenda
We want to help create relevant and scalable approaches towards achieving e-Inclusion for the 290 million offline Europeans.
Our international membership
Almost 400 members from over 100 organizations in 53 nations, from every continental area across the world. The 33 European nations are represented on the Telecentre-Europe online community by around 60 local, regional and national telecentre networks, which between them include more than 30,000 telecentres.
Plans and projects for 2011
Get onlineweek 2011
Telecentre Leaders Forum,
Riga, Latvia 2008
Partnership with EC – Institute for Prospective Technological Studeis (IPTS) to benchmark the telecentre community across Europe
Demonstrate the potential and the role of telecentres in including those who are most hard to reach, as well as for deploying ehealth, egov, eskills, ecitizenship programmes.
KC4allImproving Key Competencies of Citizens at Risk ofExclusion from the Labour Market