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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:

    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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    Innovation for Digital Inclusion (5-7th October)

    August 31st, 2011

    Organized by the Polish Presidency of the EU, the conference on Innovation for Digital Inclusion will gather about 400 participants in Gdansk, Poland. The subjects raised there will focus on the faces of digital inclusion and the  digital inclusion policies at EU level, during which Commissionner Neelie KROES will be participating.

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    VET4e-I project, model of initiative for promoting e-Inclusion

    August 4th, 2011

    During last June (17th and 18th), VET4e-I team of ICT experts attended a special workshop dedicated to e-Inclusion and Digital literacy.

    Their contribution to this major event – the first European conference to gather European ICT actors around the table for exchanging good practices and building recommandations for a European Digital Agenda has been summarized in a paper distributed during the conference.

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    Publication of the Bridge IT catalogue of good practices

    June 17th, 2011

    The Bridge IT network – gathering stakeholders from all over Europe promoting ICT for social economic integration of migrants – has just released its catalogue of good practices. The actions and initiatives inventoried are organized in four pillars: “ICT for Education and Learning”, “ICT for Civil society and social capital”, “ICT for Labour and Economic integration” and “ICT for enabling further ICT appropriation”.

    VET4e-I is presented in the section “ICT for Education and Learning”.
    Upload the report in English by clicking here.

    Get on line week 2011: Publication of the outcomes in a report

    April 14th, 2011

    Get Online Week 2011For one week, from February 28th to March 5th, the “Get On-line”  Week Campaign gathered more than 100,000 persons on-line in Europe!

    Get the report of the week campaign here!

    Article also available in:



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    VET4e-I takes part in Bridge-IT network’s final conference – 10&11th March

    February 7th, 2011

    is a European network of education, labour and civil society actors who are involved in the development of e-Solutions to enhance migrants’ social inclusion.

    VET4e-I project, recognized as an innovative solution in facilitating the e-inclusion of people at risk, is in deed giving a particular attention to the migrants’ access to ICTs – VET4e-I solution dedicates one modular course of its training activities to facilitation of ICT access and use for migrants.
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    VET4e-I team present at the ePractice Workshop on e-Inclusion, Brussels (12th October)

    October 26th, 2010

    Our participation to the workshop was both for dissemination and exploitation reasons. And indeed it has been useful to disseminate the main project contents and to check whether the emerging profile of the “efacilitator for social inclusion” put forward by the Leonardo VET 4 e-I project has a “sense” in a European context. Has it a potential Europe-wide? After this workshop it is possible to respond “yes”, especially because the role of the different “intermediaries” (amongst them the “eFacilitator for Social Inclusion”) has appeared to be crucial in terms of social and labour inclusion and for implementing social initiatives Europe-wide. In addition to that, in the final list of recommendations it appears the need to build a European framework to support the identification and recognition of the new emerging profiles in the “intermediaries of ICT” area, as well as to certify the competences and reduce the gaps acquired by these professionals.

    power point presentation to download here

    VET4e-I project at ICICI conference: how Web 2.0 can “connect” people at risk

    October 25th, 2010

    The ICICI focuses on innovations in the field of technology use. The paper of Christoph Kaletka and Bastian Pelkan, members of Sfs TU-DO,  underlines, that Web 2.0 is not a new technology, but can be seen as new way of using technology. This new way of usage empowers people with low ICT-skills to use ICT. The very simple usage of Web 2.0-applications can be used to connect special target groups to the online world. Vet4e-I is given as one example, how Web 2.0 in telecenters are used to train “disconnected” people.