DCDS Project

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In today’s society everyone needs to have a wide set of skills, knowledge and competences, including a sufficient level of digital competence, in order to play an active part in society, to access and progress in the labour market, and to engage in further education and training in a lifelong learning perspective. Around a quarter of the European adult population struggles with reading and writing and has poor numeracy and digital skills. Adults who do not possess a sufficient level of such skills face a high risk of social exclusion.

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December 17, 2018

Second peer review of DCDS in Spain

On 29 November 2018, the second peer review of the DCDS project took place in Spain organised by project partner Fundación Esplai. The experts discussed and reviewed […]
December 4, 2018

DCDS Context Analysis Report is now available online

What is the profile of those EU citizens who are at risk of digital exclusion and what are the key motivation drivers for them to enroll in […]

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