policy paper

Digital skills acquired through non-formal education boost youth employability (TE's policy position)

Digital skills acquired through non-formal education boost youth employability (TE’s policy position)

This Telecentre Europe’s position paper addresses two pressing issues: the high levels of youth unemployment on one hand, and the low digital readiness of young people for the labour market on the other. It suggests that non-formal training providers (such as telecentres) have a key role in offering young people a range of alternative and......
Enabling European E-Participation (TE's policy position)

Enabling European E-Participation (TE’s policy position)

In an increasingly digitalized society, e-participation and e-citizenship are becoming key aspects of citizenship. Public finance healthcare and social services are all going online. The Internet is becoming the place to express our opinion, participate in the decisions that concern us, to raise a problem and find supporters for a cause. This paper comes at......