DigitAll 4 Migrants.

Bridging the Gap in Digital skills for migrants and refugees

The Project

DigitAll 4 Migrants aims to overcome the digital gap in migrant population, building bridges between them and already existing online tools and digital resources that the local population of the host-countries use for rutinary procedures on a regular basis.



Developing digital and accessible tools to enhance inclusion of migrants and fostering their autonomy paths.


Improving accessibility and increasing take-up of adult migrants and refugees, but also improving the professional skills of social workers, organizations working with migrants and beyond. 


Facilitating their tasks at EU, national and local levels to manage the integration of migrants and to tackle the digital gap. 


With migrants and their access to services such as education, welfare, and healthcare systems within the host communities.  


  • 1 Methodological framework
  • Toolkits of knowledge transfer to address specific digital needs
  • Open Educational Resource: E-platform adapted and accessible for migrants, refugees and the professionals working with them
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migrants and refugees
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NGOs using the project outcomes

About the project

The project "DigitAll 4 Migrants" aims to address the digital inequalities faced by migrants and refugees living in European countries. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of digital access and skills, as it has become essential for economic activity and social interactions. However, not everyone has equal access to the internet or the ability to navigate the digital world, leading to a digital divide.

“DigitAll 4 Migrants” seeks to bridge this gap by providing migrants with the necessary digital tools and upskilling pathways. The project aims to improve their digital skills and competences, enabling them to regain autonomy and actively participate in civic and social activities. It plans to create an Open Educational Resource specifically tailored to the digital needs of migrants and refugees. This resource will help them engage with their communities and facilitate their inclusion in host countries by enabling access to digital platforms for exercising their rights and fulfilling their civic obligations.

The project’s overall goal is to promote equality, eliminate discrimination, and democratize digital tools for all individuals, particularly those who are at a higher risk of social exclusion. By empowering migrants with digital skills, the project aims to enhance their opportunities and foster a more inclusive society.

Organizations involved

Kista Folkhögskola (Coordinator)



Contact person

Åke Larsson

Consorzio l’Arcolaio


Contact person

Federica Toscano

Asociación Progestión


Contact person

Irene Hernández