GOW2013 National Partners

Albania-AIS_logoHALBANIA

The Albanian Institute of Science will involve 2 centres. Planned activities are workshops on the use of internet for youth employment, an ‘Open Datathon’ for high school students and a discussion & demonstration in an ‘Open Television Studio’.

They expect to reach about 1.000 people.
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Contact: Mrs. Aranita Brahaj

BELARUS

The Belarusian Association of UNESCO clubs will involve 4 centres. Planned activities are intergenerational learning workshops, workshops for high school students and a master class on internet advertising.

They expect to reach about 1.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Vitaly Nikonovich

Belgium-Interface3_logo2HBELGIUM

Interface3 organized a ‘Webmarathon’ as a warm-up event for GOW2013 on International’s Women’s Day March 8th. The event received wide national media attention due to the visit of the Belgian Prime Minister and State Secretary for Social Integration.
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Contact: Ms. Laure Lemaire

Bulgaria-ICTD_logoHBULGARIA

The ICT Development Bulgaria Association will involve about 500 centres in libraries, through a partnership with the library network of about 2000 libraries.

They expect to reach about 2.500 people.
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Contact: Mr. Angel Panov, Chairman

CROATIA

Telecentar Zagreb will involve 30 centres and. Planned activities are workshops & webinars on videomaking, photography & audio, followed by a studio debate, lectures and a round table.

They expect to reach about 5.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Zarko Cizmar

CZECH REPUBLIC

A partnership between the European Projects & Management Agency and the National Safer Internet Centre will organize a big awareness raising campaign, involving 6.000 centres of the national network of public libraries and youth information centres.

They expect to reach about 3.300 people.
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Contact: Ms. Iva Walterova

DENMARK

The Learn More about ICT Network will work closely with the Association of Danish Senior Citizens to launch a nationwide campaign involving 200 centres. Planned activities are hands-on trainings & demonstrations and workshops & introductions to the internet.

They expect to reach about 5.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Tine Munch Pedersen

ESTONIA

The Smart Work Association will involve 30 centres. Together with partners like Look at the world, the Estonian National Youth Council and the Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications they will organize an ‘IT night for young people’, with a video contest and online trainings.

They expect to reach about 3.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Kadri Seeder

FRANCE

Association Créatif will involve 5.000 centres in the multi-partner initiative Fête de l’Internet which takes place from 18th to the 30th March.They expect to reach about 100.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Jérôme Lamache

GERMANY

Stiftung Digitale Chancen will involve 500 centres. On March 21th they will organize the  National Conference “Gemeinsam durchs Netz”. They will also provide an Online Quiz.They expect to reach about 2.500 people.
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Contact: Ms. Jutta Croll

HUNGARY

The Foundation for Development of Democratic Rights will involve 50 centres in a campaign focusing on empowering youth through activities to further develop their skills to use internet and technology.

They expect to reach about5.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Réka Miháltz

IRELAND

Fast Track into Information Technology will involve 70 centres.
They will promote the campaign through information desks for a day in a couple of different shopping centres and will organize an event with prizes rewarding the centres who get the most people online.

They expect to reach about 1.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Helen Johnston

Italy-FMD_logoHITALY

Fondazione Mondo Digitale will involve 100 centres from NGOs, libraries, state or municipal organizations, private organizations, universities and schools through 7th edition of the RomeCup – Excellence in Robotics, held in Rome from March 20 to 22.

They expect to involve over 200 people.
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Contact: Ms. Barbara Quarta

LATVIA

The Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association will involve 400 centres. They will focus on ICT careers and tools for education, SME’s and micro enterprises to go digital and IT online tests for students and youngsters. All partners will be reflected on a digital map of Latvia.

They expect to involve over 15.000 people.
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Contact: Mrs. Mara Jakobsone

LITHUANIA

Association Langas I Ateiti will involve over 60 centres. Target groups are participants of online courses, school teachers and students, the unemployed and the visitors of libraries. They will also organize Safer Internet trainings for foster home staff.

They expect to involve over 5.000 people.
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Contact: Mrs. Loreta Krizinauskiene

MACEDONIA

Open the Windows will involve 40 centres and will organize debates on the importance of IT in the employment process among youths from several towns in the country.

They expect to reach 10.000 people.
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Contact: Mrs. Magdalena Dimkova

MALTA

The Community Empowerment Organization will involve 13 centres and organize intergenerational learning activities to encourage first-time users and a school roadshow on internet safety.

They expect to reach about 500 people.
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Contact: Mr. Mark Schembri

MOLDOVA

The Alliance of Access to Information and Training Community Centres will involve centres and will organize Open Doors Days, workshops, crowdmapping applications, e-learning and online Photo exhibitions & PowerPoint presentations.

They expect to reach about 5.300 people.
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Contact: Mr. Victor Koroli

Netherlands-ECP_logoHNETHERLANDS

ECP-EPN Foundation will involve 50 centres in sessions for nonliners and information packages for the new onliners. They will also organize the online training “Smarter entrepreneurship in 1 minute” and will anounce a Digibattle on the skillsmasters market.

They expect to reach about 300 people.

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Contact: Mrs. Joyce Martina

Poland-FRSI_logo_enHPOLAND

The Information Society Development Foundation will involve about 400 centres and organized 3 scenario’s for activities, in which participants will perform various experiments, educational and fun activities using the Internet and its resources.

They expect to reach about 7.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Jolanta Jezowska

ROMANIA

Educating for an Open Society will involve over 400 centres and coordinate a road show and local awareness raising campaigns. They will promote their campaign through partnerships with the press and the media and via flyers, posters, blogs, etc.

They expect to involve over 10.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Gabriela Barna

RUSSIA

PH International will involve 560 centres and will organize seminars and lectures, workshops and round tables, e-skills testing and video conferences.

They expect to reach about 10.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Yakov Ostanin,

Serbia-IAN_logoHSERBIA

International Aid Network will involve 40 centres. They will organize a series of creative workshops, educative lectures and “open classes” promoting e-skills

They expect to involve about 5.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Ivan Stojilovic

Spain-CATN_logo1HSPAIN

The Telecentre Networks Community Association, in partnership with Esplai Foundation, Dedalo Foundation for the Information Society and IdenTIC Consortium will involve about 1.800 centres. They will organize workshops for the unemployed and for entrepreneurs. Through videostreaming, there will be held a lecture about youth employment and emerging professions.
They expect to reach about 6.000 people.
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Contact: Mr. Jose Moreno Hortet

SWEDEN

Digidel 2013 will involve 111 centres and will organize e-services seminars, conferences, hands-on trainings & demonstrations and workshops & introductions to the internet.

They expect to reach about 2.000 people.
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Contact: Mrs. Linda Sandberg

UNITED KINGDOM

UK online centres will involve 2000 centres who will organize seminars about e-services, conferences, hands-on trainings & demonstrations and workshops & introductions to the internet. They will produce a toolkit to ensure that centres and volunteers have the resources they need to take part in the campaign.

They expect to reach about 4.000 people.
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Contact: Ms. Anna Geraghty