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Digital appropriation: the Brussels-Capital Region represented at the European MEDICI conference

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As part of the MEDICI Conference, Ms Tania Maamary, Digital Inclusion Coordinator for the Brussels-Capital Region, took part in a round-table on regional and national public digital appropriation policies along with other experts representing Portugal, Spain and Sweden.

The European Medici conference took place online on 25, 26 and 27 January 2021 (https://digitalinclusionforall.eu/). This event was an opportunity to tackle the subject of low digital literacy and discuss emerging best practice in Europe on the subject of digital appropriation.

Ms Maamary took the opportunity to explain the regional policies of the Brussels Region on this issue and highlight two projects carried out by the BRIC in recent years: wifi.brussels and Fiber to the School. Here is the video of her speech.


MEDICI is a European project whose aim is to develop and widely disseminate current best practices for the integration of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups into the digital society in the 27 EU Member States and the United Kingdom.