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Soft DIGITal Skills building for TCN women

The DIGITS consortium will prioritize increasing the participation rates among people with fewer opportunities

About Project

The pandemic has created a new reality for all EU citizens, forcing many employees to work remotely from home. Within this context, it’s important to pay attention to what happens with the non-skilled workers and especially those who do not even have the basic language and other soft skills that would allow them to first survive and then give them the possibility of quality living as all other citizens. Internet non-users are at particular risk of social isolation, due to their digital exclusion. Migrants also face additional barriers to digital inclusion, due to relying on others to translate the websites of service providers and social media platforms to their native languages. While the pandemic has prompted more innovative approaches to service delivery, digital inclusion is of paramount importance.


Meet the project partners!


Austrian Association of Inclusive Society (AIS) is a non-governmental organization based in Vienna, Austria, dedicated to interdisciplinary research that promotes innovation and collaboration in the fields of human rights, social inclusion, and development.


Symplexis is a Greek non-for-profit organization that strives to ensure equal opportunities for all through actions and measures that build skills, empower and promote active engagement and participation focusing on the most vulnerable categories of the population and particularly those with fewer opportunities.

BK Consult

BK-con is a niche consulting firm that entails broad experience in EU funded projects, at a development and implementation level. Being founded in 1994, we have over 30 years of expertise in transnational projects having participated in the design and implementation of a total project value that exceeds the budget of 4 billion euros.

Polskie Forum Migracyjne

The Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM) was established in 2007 to promote the rights of migrants in Poland. At PFM, we want Poland to be a country where people of different races, religions and cultures live in harmony and respectfully, striving for agreement and cooperation.


Diesis Network is one of the widest networks specialised in supporting the development of the social economy, social entrepreneurship and social innovation. In view of the high social, economic and ecological stakes, we are deeply convinced that a global commitment from all stakeholders and a collaborative approach is the only response to a global crisis.

Hub for Innovation Policy

Hub for Innovation Policy (HIP) is a start-up company focusing on the mission of utilizing innovation and technology for advancing and empowering the services of business and social actors. The main vehicles that we utilize for this purpose include ICT tools, Capacity Building Programmes and Consulting services.

GREEK FORUM OF MIGRANTS - Elliniko Forum Metanaston

The Greek Forum of Migrants (GFM) is a network of migrant organizations and communities in Greece. It was founded in September 2002, it functions as a union - body, and its members today numbers around 40 Communities - Organizations.

Why us

Learning necessary skills

Our program is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to thrive in their daily lives and careers. We believe that these skills are essential in today's digitized world, and we are committed to empowering women through high-quality training.

Equality of opportunity

The DIGITS consortium understands the value of equal opportunities for all.


The DIGITS consortium will prioritize increasing the participation rates among people with fewer opportunities


We must offer everyone an equal chance to flourish and succeed.


Our program builds digital skills for TCN women, increasing employability.

Skills building for TCN women

The DIGITS consortium will prioritize increasing the participation rates among people with fewer opportunities