BRIDGING THE GAP IN DIGITAL SKILLS FOR MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES. DigitAll4Migrants is aimed at bridging the Gap in Digital skills for migrants and refugees




Name of the project

Bridging the Gap in Digital skills for migrants and refugees



Implementation period

 30.10.2021 -  01.11.2023


The current digitization process active in almost all European countries is being developed in an accelerated rhythm which makes some specific groups excluded from the digitization transformation. Most vulnerable groups, such as migrants and refugees, have to face the reality that prevents them from accessing their rights and obligations just because they are not able to manage electronic or virtual tools by themselves. Our project focuses on these gaps and its outcomes will set the solution for this missing bridge between already existing virtual tools and our beneficiaries. We aim at producing innovative and realistic outputs that will improve social workers' efforts as well as ease the inclusion process of migrants and refugees living in Eu host countries. The project aims at bridging our migrant and refugee groups to online tools and digital resources that became more and more needed to fulfill basic daily life duties. On the other hand, we aim to equip our partner organizations’ staff (trainers, educators, psychologists, social workers) with different intervention tools, to address migrants and refugee groups in daily life duties, enhancing their civic participation and active citizenship in hosting European societies. We will do so by developing a Methodological framework for identifying the digital divide and its application for the target group, a Toolkits of knowledge transfer to address the common digital needs for each partner and an OER: Resource base to overcome the digital gap in migrant population: an innovative, inclusive and adapted tool which will be very accessible to our target group that would bridge the digital gap they have to face with the existing virtual tools from the private and public sector.



 - Addressing digital transformation through development of digital and accessible tools.

 - Creating upskilling pathways, improving accessibility and increasing take-up of adult migrants and refugees.

- Enhancing inclusion of migrants and fostering their autonomy paths

- Facilitating the efforts of public administrations at EU, national and local levels to manage the integration of migrants and to tackle the digital gap

- Facilitating communication with migrants and their access to services such as education, welfare and healthcare systems within the host communities

- Improve migrant groups learning skills by creating adapted digital data.

- Improve professional skills of social workers and partner organizations and beyond.


Expected Results


1.Methodological framework for identifying the digital divide and its application for the target group

2.Toolkits of knowledge transfer to address the specific detected and selected digital needs for each partner.

3.Open Educational Resource: E-platform adapted and accessible for target group.

Target groups and main beneficieries 

Organisations working with migrants and refugees (trainers, educators, psychologists, social workers)  

Migrants and refugees that are in need of adaptive and accessible online tool that would bridge the digital gap