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Make a difference: get involved in ALL DIGITAL Week 2019!

For the ninth year in a row, ALL DIGITAL is organising an awareness raising campaign on digital competences: ALL DIGITAL Week. This year it will take place from 25 to 31 March. Every year it reaches over 100,000 Europeans through different events and activities focusing on digital transformation, digital skills, media literacy and other relevant topics. 

We at CEPIS, as a strategic partner of the campaign, invite your member societies to become national partners, as well as to encourage your own members to spread the message, and join the campaign by organising events in your country. And don’t forget to add them to the event map, so that everyone can be inspired by your initiatives!

GI and OCG sign an agreement of association

The German Informatics Society (GI) and the Austrian Computer Society (OCG), both members to the Council of European Professional Informatics Societies, have signed an agreement of association on January 31, 2019. 

Under the agreement, already existing professional and technical ties between the two organisations are strengthened and their members are encouraged to cooperate across borders, too. Both organisations remain independent entities. Another objective is to work on more joint positions of the DACH-countries, together with the Swiss Informatics Society (SI). The three organisations combined represent the biggest group of IT professionals in Europe.



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DateHeadline
15-03-2019Project endorsed by CEPIS wins European Commission grant
14-03-2019Malta launches National eSkills Strategy
11-03-2019UNESCO urges recognition of software source code as part of sustainable development heritage
08-03-2019EPP urges European Commission to put clear focus on women in digital as key priority
07-03-2019CEPIS Digital Skills Policy Working Group kicks off in Brussels
07-03-2019EESC adopts opinion on European Cybersecurity Competence Centres
05-03-201960% of Europeans sceptical about governments’ ability to advance digitalisation, study shows
05-03-2019New study explores reasons of women’s underrepresentation in STEM
04-03-2019Four projects launched to prepare the European Cybersecurity Competence Network
25-02-2019EIF holds debate on Europe’s chances in the race for global AI leadership
24-02-2019CEPIS joins partners in promoting computer science education at conference in Brussels
18-02-2019European Parliament and Council of the EU reach agreement on Digital Europe programme
14-02-2019CEPIS co-organises conference on e-skills for diversity
14-02-2019GI and OCG sign an agreement of association
14-02-2019ITPE Professional Ethics Expert Group kicks off in Brussels
14-02-2019Save the date: Internet Governance Forum 2019
13-02-2019CEPIS to participate in EU4Digital project
13-02-2019eSkills Malta Foundation promotes digital skills through new initiatives
12-02-2019Demand for computer science courses exceeds supply in US schools
11-02-2019EU Proposal on the Prevention of Terrorist Content Online
07-02-2019New study looks at European approaches to skills audits
06-02-2019EU Code Week achieves new record in 2018
01-02-2019New tool for matching skills presented by Cedefop
29-01-2019Mariya Gabriel kicks off ‘Women4Cyber’ in Brussels
20-01-2019Commissioner Gabriel opens exhibition on outstanding women in the arts and sciences
18-01-2019Giovanni Adorni elected the new President of AICA
11-01-2019CEPIS highlights insecure ICT hardware and software in Europe
11-01-2019Workshop in Brussels to focus on Informatics education in schools
10-01-2019AI-demand platform kicks off in Barcelona
10-01-2019ICS promotes ‘Career Plus’ to enhance potential of IT professionals
08-01-2019Political agreement reached on Cybersecurity Act
07-01-2019Expert group on AI seeks feedback on Ethical guidelines
03-01-2019Mobile data usage in Europe surges after end of roaming charges
02-01-2019‘Women4IT’ project launched in Brussels

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