Webinar: Digital competence and democracy

Digital competence has become a key competence in our daily life in the Nordic countries. And it is more than that. Digital competence can open roads to more democracy and makes new arenas for active citizenship. In a Nordplus project, Dldact, we have selected many good examples of how people in different countries have taken opportunities of digital tools to involve people in social activities and democratic processes. It is amazing how digital competence generates active citizenship.

On Friday 8 May 1300-1400 CET we will be online to introduce some of the project findings. Findings from a parallel Nordplus project, Inkludera Flera, is also going to be presented in short

Join us to learn more, hear about good examples and discuss digital competence and active citizenship! After short presentations and polls there will be chat discussions for everybody to take part. You are welcome to be an active participant – or a quiet one.

Register to this webinar here and you will get the link to the webinar room.

Who is behind the webinar?
The Nordplus project DLDACT - Digital learning, democracy, active citizenship and transparency:
  • Hrobjartur Arnason, Iceland University
  • Taru Kekkonen, Otavan Opisto
  • Aina Knudsen, Færøene Handelsskole
  • Jørgen Grubbe, Foreningen for Fleksibel uddannelse I Danmark
  • Torhild Slåtto, Fleksibel utdanning Norge
Inkludera Flera:
  • Johanni Larjanko, Bildningsalliansen