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Espace Public Numérique (Digital Public Space)

ICT initiation and support for citizens
The Digital Public Space (EPN, “Espace Public Numérique” in French) is a not-for-profit public space offering a public programme providing access, initiation and assistance with regard to information and communication technology.

Citizens can learn to use a computer, get online, or take generally free computer training or an advanced course at their own pace, in accordance with the programme offered by their commune.

The job of the BRIC’s EPN service is to ensure this public space (school, municipal premises) has the appropriate IT equipment, such as desktops, laptops, monitors, printers and interactive projectors. All software is open source. The BRIC also helps reduce the digital divide in the Brussels-Capital Region by maintaining this equipment for a period of four years.

There are already 16 Digital Public Spaces in the Brussels-Capital Region: Anderlecht - Auderghem - Berchem Saint-Agathe -  Etterbeek - Evere - Forest - Ganshoren - Ixelles - Jette - Molenbeek - Saint-Gilles - Saint-Josse-ten-Noode - Schaerbeek - Watermael-Boitsfort - Woluwe-Saint-Lambert - Woluwe-Saint-Pierre.

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The BRIC offers this service. IRISteam only charges for the work done by IRISteam staff. Like to find out more? Contact us!