Enabling New Zealanders to fully participate in a digital world

The 2020 Communications Trust manages and promotes digital literacy initiatives, including Computers in Homes, Stepping UP and ICDL; and projects like Living Heritage that engage schools and communities in the digital world.

We partner with organisations throughout New Zealand to deliver programmes to their local communities, especially those at risk of digital exclusion, and to share ideas and experiences. Read more About Us >

Digital Updates

  • Computers in Homes Coordinators meet in Rotorua


    A highlight of the quarterly meeting of Computers in Homes coordinators, held in Rotorua on 27 and 28 August 2014 was a visit to Wingspan to view a stunning flying display by the resident New Zealand falcons.  Some of the coordinators even fancied themselves as budding falconers!  The visit came at the end of a day... Read more

  • Computers in Homes receives Highly Commended EEO Diversity Award


    The 2020 Trust’s Computers in Homes programme was recognised with a Highly Commended Award in the Cultural Celebration category at the annual Equal Employment Opportunity Diversity Awards, held in Auckland on 27 August 214.  Trustees Selwyn Screen and Hazel Jennings attended the Awards dinner along with Computers in Homes National Coordinator, Di Daniels and a number of Computers... Read more

  • Wesley Primary School wins HP Chromebooks

    Claire receives new HP Chromebooks from Laurence

    Wesley Primary School in Auckland was the second school to receive HP Chromebooks in the prize draw for completing the recent 2020 Trust survey on Digital Technologies in Schools.  Deputy Principal, Claire Edwards, was on hand to receive the five HP chromebooks when they were delivered this week by 2020 Contracts Director, Laurence Zwimpfer and Computers... Read more

  • Digital Inclusion in Auckland the Focus for Meetup Group


    Twenty digital champions met in Auckland yesterday to progress Auckland’s digital inclusion agenda.  The lunchtime meetup was convened by the 2020 Communications Trust in partnership with InternetNZ and chaired by Michael Howden, 2020 Trustee.  It included education providers, community organisations, IT suppliers and the Auckland Council. A Digital Inclusion for All draft plan was tabled to stimulate discussion;... Read more

  • Vacancy for ICDL Administrator

    ICDL Logo

    The 2020 Trust is inviting applications for a newly created position to provide administrative support for its ICDL programme.   The 2020 Trust is licensed by the ECDL Foundation (through ICDL Asia) to distribute and support ICDL digital literacy products in New Zealand. This includes both ICDL-certified training products as well as ICDL testing.   The... Read more