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    February 21st, 2013

    LogoRAISE4e-Inclusion, this is the name of the new project launched in Winter 2012.

    Born from the successful and innovative experience and results of the project VET4e-Inclusion, the “RAISE” project aims at continuing and developing efforts in suturing the digital gap in Europe, and to provide facilitators of social inclusion with adapted training resources to improve their accompaniement of persons excluded from access to ICT.

    The project is conducted by a consortium of organizations coming from 6 European countries:

    INFREP (France) as the project coordinator, ACDC from Romania, ARCI from Italy, Fundacion Esplai from Spain, FDEP from Switzerland and AID from Belgium.

    Stay aware of the RAISE4e-Inclusion project news by visiting the website:

    Free software and ICT in everyday life: an open debate with citizens

    January 17th, 2013

    The Public Digital Centre, Espace Public Numérique, “La Goutte d’Ordinateur”, in Paris, is organizing a social event and a debate open to citizens on the role of ICT in everyday life and on the free softwares.

    This event will be followed in February by 2 free workshops :

    -”Download and install an open source and free software”

    -”Upload open source and free content”

    More information on the Goutte d’Ordinateur webpage

    VET4e-Inclusion running for the Award!

    April 27th, 2012

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    The VET4e-Inclusion project is candidate for the award contest “2012 e-Inclusion Awards”!

    The contest, launched at the beginning of the year by the European Commission, is openned to all actors, organisations and persons who developped an e-inclusion solution or experienced a story which fostered their e-inclusion. It’s worthwhile to note that the last edition of this contest was in 2008! The 2012 edition thus promises to be very interesting.

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    All project deliverables available on the website!

    February 21st, 2012

    The VET4e-Inclusion project’s products and outcomes have been published on the website in the tab “VET4e-I deliverables“. In this page you can access the result documents and download them in PDF version.

    Find the strategical documents and product of VET4e-I project:




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    VET4e-I Final Conference

    December 19th, 2011

    On 12th and 13th December, the final conference of the VET4e-I project was celebrated in Brussels.


    The participation of VET4e-I members to the EUCIS-LLL conference on validation and recognition of informal and non-formal learning

    The project members gathered in the city of EU institutions so as to take part in an important seminar on validation organized by the civil society platform for lifelong learning, EUCIS-LLL, and present the project’s findings related to this topic. In this purpose, Milvia RASTRELLI from L’APIS, project member in charge of the Overall Quality Assurance, introduced to the audience the main outputs of the research on e-facilitator profile. The VET4e-I case study was preceeded of the intervention of the commissionner Koen NOMDEN from DG EAC, Unit 1, and of Jo HAWLEY, researcher in the consultancy body GHK. Noem KOMDEM introduced the Council Recommandation on the promotion and validation of non-formal and informal learning, whereas Jo HAWLEY presented the latest developments in Europe and the Inventory on validation of non-formal and informal learning.

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    Interview of a French PIC’s coordinator: the PIC’s action towards vulnerable groups & the training solutions for e-facilitators

    December 5th, 2011

    Interview with Régine Roué, manager of an EPM (Espace Public Multimédia – Public Internet Centre) of Brest, Brittany, France

    Tuesday 25th October

    We got in touch with Ms Régine Roué, coordinator of the PIC situated in Kérourien, a suburb quarter of Brest, which is considered by the local government as an “urban sensitive area”[1] of Brest, notably because of its high rate of unemployment.

    Since 2003, Régine invests lots of energy welcoming people of her quarter in the online centre, and draws bridges with local services to improve people’s accompaniment.

    Active in her neighborhood as well as outside thanks to partnership projects set up with other PICs and local services, she feels also concerned by issues of digital intermediaries, and by the role of e-facilitators in the accompaniment of vulnerable groups. In fact, Régine took part in the experimentation of the VET4e-I pilot online training that occurred in last spring 2011, led within the project’s experimentation phase, and which purpose was notably to highlight the role of e-facilitators for social inclusion.

    Interview available in French 

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    VET4e-I Project’s Final Conference on next December 12th in Brussels

    November 17th, 2011

    VET4e-I project is going to celebrate its final conference in Brussels on 12th December 2011.

    Joining an important public hearing on the validation of non-formal and informal learning organized by the European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning (EUCIS-LLL), the project members will introduce the VET4e-I project main achievements regarding the topic of validation.

    Following this first public presentation, the VET4e-I project’s members will host their final conference during the second part of the day. Here, the project’s achievements and potential future involvements will be discussed in more details with the analysis of European policy experts in terms of validation, e-Inclusion and e-facilitator’s profile and training.  The project members and the participants will have time to exchange on the different topics.

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    Online Training Curriculum:12 modules for efacilitators for social inclusion

    November 14th, 2011

    The 12 modules composing the VET4e-I complete training curriculum for e-facilitators for social inclusion are now finalized! Check the list of available modules in your country.




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    VET4e-I project at TELECENTRE EUROPE SUMMIT, a good feeback from EU telecentres’coordinators

    November 14th, 2011

    Once more, the VET4e-I project team has gained positive feedback from peers and especially, telecentres’ coordinators from all over Europe as they took part in the yearly event “Telecentre Europe summit” on last 26th to 28th october.

    This was the opportunity for VET4e-I team to present the latest conclusions, after the project’s phasis of consolidation of its exploitation and sustainability strategy.

    Therefore, questions such as ways to support the actions of the telecentres and the roles played by the e-facilitators that were at stake during the summit have been discussed and enriched by some of the VET4e-I project results’ analysis shared with the public.


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    Meeting on “Self-training for trainers: what pedagogical practices?” (3rd November 2011, Switzerland)

    October 12th, 2011

    The swiss Foundation for the Development of Permanent Education (FDEP) organizes a conference on the topic of self-training for trainers.  One of the working theme in the conference is about the “strong and weak points of e-self-directed training for trainers”.  Invited to present its experience, the VET4e-I project members will share the results and evaluation of the training experimentation which took place in last Spring.

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