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logo telecentreeuropeTelecentre-Europe AISBL – a not-for-profit International Association (AISBL). It inclusively supports the network of European Telecentre organisations by fostering knowledge sharing and learning amongst its members.

 

 

telecentarTelecentar (Croatia) was founded in 2005 as a coordination centre of regional network of telecentres from Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia. Now Telecentar activities are based on multimedia training and production projects.

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Foundation for Development of Democratic Rights (Hungary) – Demnet – a Hungarian NGO which since 1996 has been supporting the development of civil society and has been promoting its social embeddedness in Hungary and other countries.

 

 

LIKTA

Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (Latvia) – LIKTA – a leading ICT professional non-governmental association promoting the development of Information Society and e-skills in Latvia.

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Educating for an Open Society Foundation (Romania) – EOS. For 12 years EOS main goal is to facilitate open society and sustainable development in Romania, by enabling members of communities to acquire social and economic entrepreneurial abilities through the application of ICT.

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Association Langas į ateitį (Lithuania) – LIA – a national-wide NGO which mission is to participate in the development of Information Society, increase the accessibility of the Internet and e-services in Lithuania by providing computer literacy and Internet training to adults.

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Serbian International Aid Network (Serbia) – IAN– a local NGO acting in the field of empowerment of disadvantaged groups in Serbia (refugees, unemployed, Roma, etc). IAN Telecentar provides courses to enable people to acquire knowledge helping them to better integrate into the local community and become economically independent.

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Esplai Foundation’s (Spain) mission is to promote social inclusion trough ICT, focusing on people affected by the digital gap, as well as those at risk or social exclusion. ESPLAI develops training methodologies for digital literacy helping ICT users to gain e-skills necessary for labour market.