Telecentre Europe Newsletter July 2014
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Unite IT Partners' Meeting in Riga 

All nine Unite IT project partners met in Riga for a two-day meeting earlier in July. The third partners' meeting was hosted by LIKTA to reflect on Unite IT achievements, discuss challenges and activities, and set the goals moving forward. READ MORE

TE Annual Conference: What's New?

Have you already registered for our conference in Zagreb? Have you RSVP on Unite IT as well? We will have speakers joining us from the European Commission, Reading & Writing Foundation, European e-Skills Association, Media & Learning Association, University of Dortmund, Local Coalitions for Digital Jobs and more. Get to know the speakers and check the latest 3-day event programme. READ MORE

Is Your Coding Event on the Map? 

With EU Code Week 2014 approaching soon, have you thought of organising your coding event? Some countries have already planned coding activities in August, even before the official start. If you have something to share, don't forget to add your activity on the event map! READ MORE

e-Mark U Trust Competition

Do you work with graphic design? EC is running a competition for young designers to create a trustmark (symbol or logo) for qualified electronic trust services. Your trustmark could be used on websites in all 28 European countries. READ MORE
If you would like to share relevant information and contribute to our next newsletter, please get in touch with Ilona Griniute.

GEM-Tech Awards 2014

Gender Equality Mainstreaming - Technology (GEM-Tech) Award aims to honor outstanding performers and role models in the field of ICT. You can also nominate individuals or organisations, both women and men. Check the seven award categories and propose your candidate. 

New Members Join TE in July

We are proud to welcome our two new members: Ministry of Science, Education and Sport (Slovenia) and MAKS vzw (Belgium). Our member from Slovenia is responsible for development of the information society based on knowledge and life-long learning. MAKS vzw is a Dutch speaking organisation in Brussels to help jobseekers finding a job. They run a specific employment program for youngsters and offer other similar services to tackle unemployment in the region. 

Would your organisation like to join Telecentre Europe? Contact Masha Tarle for more info.



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