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ICT training, employment, and youth: The case of Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico
(Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), 2008)
As information and communication technologies (ICT) increasingly penetrate different economic sectors, disadvantaged groups have more opportunities to participate. For disadvantaged youth, ICT training can help expand employment opportunities. This study seeks to analyze ICT training as a strategy for incorporating disadvantaged ...
Technology for employability in Latin America: Research with at-risk youth and people with disabilities
(Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), 2009)
Since the early 1990s, there has been an increasing interest and investment in information and communication technology (ICT) training centers designed to expand employability options for socially excluded groups in Latin America. This study examines programs that provide basic computer training for people with disabilities ...
New institutions and transformations: Computers and youth in low-income urban Guatemala and Brazil
(Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), 2009-06)
Exposure to crime and violence, discrimination, and a structural lack of institutional support for education and human development continue to plague at-risk youth in urban poor neighborhoods of Latin America. With the increase in share of private investment in human development projects, subsidized technology centers have ...
e‐Skills and employability: A learning and networking event for NGOs
(Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), 2007-06)
On June 19, 2007, twenty NGO practitioners from across Europe gathered at the e‐Skills & Employability Workshop to share best practices and discuss new ways to grow and sustain efforts to support economic empowerment through this field. Co‐organized by telecentre.org and the Esplai Foundation in Barcelona, the workshop provided ...
Survey on eInclusion Actors in the EU27
(European Commission Joint Research Centre Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, 2013-11-14)
This report presents the results of an online survey of almost 3,000 organizations working on eInclusion in 27 European countries. The findings of the analysis provide policy relevant insights and help shed light on the size of the sector, the types of organizations providing eInclusion services and their capacity (staff, ...