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All DIGITAL Weeks runs from 17 April to 7 May and is an annual digitisation campaign ongoing since 2010. It is implemented in digital competence centres, libraries, community centres, schools and other meeting places across Europe. Every year, the initiative supports 100 000 Europeans to learn and be inspired by what technology can do for them and gives tools to those who do not have enough digital skills to participate fully in society and benefit from digital transformation.

“Enhance your digital skills” is an invitation to give all Europeans more digital skills.

If you are a partner, stakeholder, organiser, participant or supporter, don’t miss the chance to get involved. There is no cost to register, but each actor bears the cost of its own activity.

Examples of activities in which you or your organisation can participate:

  • Organise an online or offline event, such as a course, workshop or other relevant activity focusing on digital skills
  • Place the event on ALL DIGITAL Week’s map
  • Promote the campaign and the value of digital skills on social media and your homepage with hashtags #ADWeeks2023 and #AllDigitalWeeks

Main themes for campaign weeks

  • Enhancing digital literacy and promoting digital inclusion and accessibility
  • Promote digital literacy and counter/tackle disinformation
  • Promote the use of the European Digital Competence Framework (DigComp) and explore the development of the European Digital Skills Certificate (EDSC)
  • Achieving cybersecurity and safer internet
  • Improve STEM and STE (A) M skills for society and encourage girls and women’s participation in STEM studies and careers (STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math)


Within the EU, there is a strong need to increase digital skills widely:

  • 42 % of the EU population lacks basic digital skills
  • 20 % of young people do not reach a basic level of digital skills
  • 39 % of teachers feel ready to use digital technologies in their work
  • 29 % are not sure to be able to identify disinformation
  • 72 % think robots will take up their jobs

Figures from Digital Economy and Society Index Report 2020 (1), Digital Education Action Plan Factsheet (2,3), Fake news and information online report (4), Attitudes towards the impact of digitalisation and automation on daily life survey findings (5)

More information and registrations here!