IdenTIC Consortium’s main goal is to foster ICT and the Information Society among the regional citizens and to promote the development of municipalities in the Spanish region of Extremadura. Since its Foundation, IdenTIC has always been very committed with public & private entities in training and disseminating the use of ICT and Free Sofware technologies.
Thanks to an agreement signed in 2010 with County Councils of Badajoz and Cáceres, Extremadura currently has a network of 246 telecentres belonging to these County Councils. IdenTIC Consortium is the managing entity responsible of giving support, connectivity, education, training and contents, in order to give citizens the opportunity to acquire and improve skills in the information Society. In the effort to create a strong and committed Network of Telecentres, IdenTIC Consortium has recently started new actions and training activities.
Teb Youth Association (TEB) is located in Barcelona and works in fields related to community networks and technology, and participates both in local as in international projects. They are experts in networking, coworking & social innovation and work with social institutions, training centers, universities & companies. TEB is flexible, innovative and social.
Born 20 years ago,TEB manages a sustainable, user-oriented telecentre which is one of the first telecenters in Spain, and led to the birth of the 1st telecentre network in Catalonia, in 1999. Currently, TEB works for the Catalan government in coordinating and assisting the 750 centers of the PuntTIC.cat network and its e-inclusion telecenters (Xarxa-Omnia.org). TEB also works in collaboration with the city of Barcelona and the Provincial Government of Barcelona.
The Association’s main mission is to bring together and build a network with organizations that work in creation, promotion and maintenance of public areas for the promotion of Information Society by promoting innovation in the public access to technologies Information and Communication Technology (ICT), doing this as a community service.
Dedalo Foundation for Information Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, impulse and development of the Information Society in the south side of Navarre (“Ribera de Navarra”), designing and executing activities oriented to the citizenship, companies, entrepreneurs and organizations.
To achieve these objectives, the Foundation is managing 8 telecentres. Because of technological changes, the training is oriented towards creativity, the new working culture, business development and knowledge society. Dedalo provides services in the positioning of ICTs inside the SMEs value chain, helping them with the solution identification, advanced training and access to resources.
ESPLAI educates children and young people during their leisure time and strengthens associations and organisations in order to reduce social exclusion and the digital divide.
Its Red Conecta and Conecta projects are developing digital literacy training, helping participants to gain e-skills, improve their ability to join the labour market, transform society and improve social inclusion.