Started as an informal network of managers and individuals, with the title Telecentre-Europe. Following a meeting in Riga (Latvia), Apr 2008, publicly launched Dec 2008, Vienna (Austria). Formally launched as a non-profit international association, 14 Oct 2010, Budapest (Hungary). Current title adopted 2017. Registered in accordance with Belgian law: 0830-256-454.
Represent a growing sector of "eInclusion intermediaries" such as telecentres, public libraries, community centres and non-profit organizations in Europe; increase the impact, effectiveness and profile of European telecentre organizations and thereby improve the quality of life, employability and social and civic participation of the citizens they serve; play a prominent role in getting Europeans digitally savvy by motivating telecentres and other NGOs in the field to continue training people in basic and advanced digital skills and opening them up to opportunities.
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