Digital Inclusion’s premises are CLOSED to prevent the spread of Covid-19
Following the Government’s announcement on Thursday 12 March in response to Coronavirus/Covid-19, all education facilities, including adult training, will close for two weeks. As we provide training for adults, Digital Inclusion will also close its classroom and its workshops from 16 March to 27 March 2020.
The following activities are suspended until Monday 30 March 2020:
- All classes, including Language Lab and Open Class
- All volunteer activities in our Computer Workshop
- Personal Coaching
- Questions on Tuesdays
- Repairs on Tuesdays
The government’s measures aim to reduce the spread of Covid-19, in order to better protect vulnerable populations (high risk patients and the elderly). For this reason, Digital Inclusion supports these efforts by closing down its education activities for two weeks.
Donations are possible, please find the infos here.
We also continue to give computers to people in need. During the closure this is made possible by volunteers from Rotary Club Luxembourg Viaduc.
New Open Hours For Questions – SUSPENDED
From February 2020 we will be open for questions on Tuesdays only, from 10h00 – 17h00 .
Office Address & Opening Hours – SUSPENDED
You can find us at 16 rue d’Epernay, L-1490, near the Gare. Our opening hours are back to our usual schedule :
Digital Inclusion would like to thank Sam Tanson (Minister of Juctice & Culture) and everybody else who visited our stand during Clae Asbl‘s 37e Festival des migrations, des cultures et de la citoyenneté! 🥳
We are proud to announce that Digital Inclusion is the WINNER of the “Communication & Values of the Organisation” category in the Diversity Awards Lëtzebuerg 2019! 🏆
Digital Inclusion was recognised for our Social Re-use programme that aims to make inclusion in the digital world accessible to all, as well as our diversity policies enshrined in our recruitment strategy.
Organised by IMS Luxembourg, the Diversity Awards Lëtzebuerg take place every 2 years and seeks to recognise the best practices related to diversity management in Luxembourg.
We would like to thank IMS Luxembourg for organising the event, and extend our congratulations to the other organisations who took part in the awards.
We are the winner of the ING Solidarity Awards’ Jury Prize ‘Coup de Pouce’!
🙏 Thank you to everybody who contributes to our project with their work, donations and support! We will continue our mission to create a Luxembourg where nobody is excluded from the digital world!
👩💻👨💻The ‘Coup de Pouce’ award is delivered in the form of an operational collaboration between Digital Inclusion and ING Luxembourg over the coming months- so stay tuned for more!