ALL DIGITAL AISBL is a pan-European association based in Brussels. It represents 59 member organisations that work with 20,000 digital competence centres providing access & training to 2.9 million people in Europe every year. We aim to enable the 44% Europeans without basic digital skills to exploit the opportunities created by digital transformation.

Our members are non-profit organisations (ICT community centres, public libraries etc.) in the field of non-formal education providing access to Internet & ICT tools, as well as digital trainings, certification and opportunities for vulnerable people, including elderly people. We support our members by fostering knowledge sharing & collaboration and by representing their interest to the EU. Our activities include promoting methodologies & certifications; facilitating partnerships among members & stakeholders (National Coalitions for Digital Skills & Jobs); organising awareness raising campaigns like ALL DIGITAL Week (ex. Get Online Week) & events (Annual Summit); ALL DIGITAL Awards; projects & surveys. We contribute to EU policy in the fields of skills, employment, social & economic inclusion, social innovation, Digital Single Market, e.g. by policy papers & targeted communication.

Most of the activities we undertake are related to the creation and promotion of innovative solutions and good practices in the fields of digital skills and digital inclusion. To this end, we are directly engaged with a variety of stakeholders within the non-formal education and e-skills training fields: European associations and member organisations, civil society networks, ICT private companies and the European Institutions. Together with stakeholders on the European level, we succeed in understanding and rethinking digital inclusion and issues affecting it. Our main activities include:

  • Research and advocacy on digital literacy and e-Inclusion geared towards governments and other stakeholders.
  • Development & promotion of learning tools & certifications in ICT and digital skills.
  • Organisation & promotion of our flagship European GOW “Get Online Week” ( annual campaign started in 2010, re-named ALL DIGITAL Week.
  • Community building and development through the UNITE-IT e-Inclusion network ( and its thematic working groups. At the end of 2017, UNITE-IT had 800 registered members from 85 individual countries. Members are professionals working for organisations specialised in digital inclusion, ICT teachers, trainers from telecentres and NGOs, or people simply interested in digital skills and community development.
  • Organisation of our International Annual Conference: the ALL DIGITAL Summit: (


Contact person: Peter Palvolgyi