digital single market

European Get Online Week 2016: being confident, being digital

European Get Online Week 2016: being confident, being digital

The seventh edition of the European Get Online Week (GOW) to digitally empower and employ people was celebrated on 14-20 March this year. With a record number of 29 campaign partners involved in 27 countries, the campaign proved again the necessity to raise awareness about ICT competence and the importance to see every European digitally......
Digital Single Market Strategy (TE's position paper)

Digital Single Market Strategy (TE’s position paper)

Updated March 14, 2016 This paper presents Telecentre Europe’s position on Digital Single Market Strategy. Key messages: Europeans should be considered not only as consumers, but as digitally-active producers, workers and citizens. Development of e-government services should go hand-in-hand with development of skills. Entrepreneurs and micro, small & medium-size enterprise (SME) owners need up-to-date digital......
Digital Assembly 2015: Discussing fundamental digital rights

Digital Assembly 2015: Discussing fundamental digital rights

One of the major European events on digital topics Digital Assembly 2015 – One Europe, One Digital Single Market attracted over 500 stakeholders to meet in Riga. It was organised by the European Commission together with the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and was held at the National Library of Latvia on June 17-18. Telecentre......

Digital Single Market Strategy could help boosting digital skills of Europeans

The Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe was presented on 6th May by VP Ansip and Commissioner Oettinger in front of EU officials and journalists at the European Commission. The event was also streamed online. With this strategy, the European Commission aims to ensure that the internal market in the digital world becomes a reality as......
Lessons to Be Learnt From the Nordics

Lessons to Be Learnt From the Nordics

by Ilona Griniute New Commission is planning to put policies at the centre of agenda for growth and jobs to move faster towards digital economy. What are Norwegian and Belgian perspectives on this? How do they see the role of ICT to foster new jobs and economic growth? The Mission of Norway to the EU,......