Enabling New Zealanders to fully participate in a digital world

The 2020 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

  • Tagata Pasifika feature Computers in Homes at Mansell Senior School, Papakura

    Watch Tagata Pasifika - Saturday 16 May - TVNZ OnDemand

    TV One’s Tagata Pasifika: “It’s an initiative to bring families closer together. A national programme by the 2020 Trust to bring parents up to speed with computers.” Read more at Computers in Homes

  • Stepping UP coming soon to the Kaipara District

    Stepping UP Blenheim Mums and Dads will soon graduate Computers in Homes and move on to Stepping UP (if their tutor is up for it!)

    The Kaipara District community will soon have the opportunity to attend the free Stepping UP computer skills training programme.  Consultation between the Kaipara District Library, Te Roroa Learning Assistance and 2020 Trust should see this programme become available by July 2015. Sessions are held over a 10 week period, with a range of subjects from Read more at Stepping Up

  • Wellington Schools Commemorate WW1 with Living Heritage Sites

    Rory Mainwaring

    Two Wellington schools celebrated the launch of their Living Heritage websites at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park last Friday.  Students from Kilbirnie and Brooklyn schools gathered at Wellington’s new Memorial Park to receive their certificates from Mayor Celia Wade-Brown.  Both schools developed sites based on the WW100 theme “Their Names Shall Live”. Thibault Dunkin, a Read more

  • In the drivers seat


    At 19 years old, Shantelle Moses is currently working full-time as a Junior Office Administrator in a busy New Plymouth office. Getting there took determination and perseverance, this is her story. Shantelle was working in a New Plymouth fashion store but really wanted to work in an office. “I wanted to get experience in administration and Read more at ICDL

  • Government to support another 1500 families for Computers in Homes

    CIH Logo National FINAL (2)

    An announcement today by Education Ministers Parata and Kaye, that funding for Computers in Homes will be extended in 2015-16 to support another 1500 families has been welcomed by the 2020 Trust. “We appreciate this on-going support from Government,” said Vanisa Dhiru, the 2020 Trust’s new Executive Director. “We especially appreciate the early notice”. Read more at Computers in Homes