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Digital Age

The main subject of the project is digital competence and so called digital literacy. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a massive shift to a remote or hybrid mode of working – despite the fact that many digital programmes and services is used on a large scale, more than 15% of youth from European Union has difficulties with using them. This, in turn, affects problem-solving skills, learning difficulties and, later on, competitiveness in the labour market. The project aims to provide insight into the impact of digital literacy on different aspects of the society, as well as to improve participants’ competence in using digital tools in and out of work.


Duration of the project:

01/10/2022 – 30/09/2024



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Activities carried out during the exchange:

  • presentations and workshops on digital literacy
  • activities to improve digital competence
  • conducting a small study on digital literacy amongst young people and analysis of the results
  • integrative and team building games
  • inter-cultural evenings


What we do during the project:

  • exchange experiences in using different digital tools, share tips on how to use them better
  • learn more about the topic of digital exclusion and its extent
  • find out how digital competences differ in young people from country to country
  • share the knowledge and skills gained with young people from our local communities 

The following are involved in the project:

Logo partnera Neribota Ateitis


Vilnius, Lithuania



LEVEL UP Association

Łódź, Poland


Logo partnera World of change

World of Change Association

Valandovo, North Macedonia


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Social cooperative Vedogiovane

Borgomanero, Italy


Walk Together Association

Bankya, Bulgaria


Partner projektu


Kysucké Nové Mesto, Slovakia


Partner projektu

Euro Education Federation

Craiova, Rumunia

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The project is funded and implemented by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme.