The 2020 Trust manages and promotes digital literacy initiatives, including Computers in Homes, Stepping UP and ICDL; Living Heritage and Digital Inclusion mapping that engage schools and communities in today’s digital world.

We partner with organisations throughout New Zealand to deliver in their local communities, especially those at risk of digital exclusion, and to share ideas and experience. Read More >

Digital Updates

  • 2020 Trust seeking new Project Manager for Kiwiskills

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    The 2020 Trust is licensed to distribute and support ICDL digital literacy products in New Zealand. They have specific funding to target an online digital certificate programme, ICDL, to 7,500 job seekers before the end of 2017. The ICDL certificate that is targeted to the job seeker audience, and funded by a national community grant, Read more

  • Jobseeker promotion winner

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    The KiwiSkills Jobseeker programme is free for jobseekers, who are offered the four Base ICDL Modules Computer Essentials, Online Essentials, Word Processing and Spreadsheets. The goal is to gain an ICDL Certificate in all four modules with provision made for an additional three modules if the jobseeker chooses to extend their skills. A campaign was Read more at ICDL New Zealand

  • New map proposed for digital inclusion initiatives in New Zealand


    Day Zero of NetHui saw the 2020 Trust launch a drive to map digital inclusion projects across New Zealand. Vanisa Dhiru, Executive Director, explains, “The sector needs a better understanding of who is working with communities to build and grow digital skills. There are great projects happening across the country but many remain unknown.” Read more

  • Karen Sadlier inducted into Wall of Fame


    Karen Sadlier was inducted into the Computers in Home “Wall of Fame” in Gisborne last night, during TaiTech’s TeachXpo. She was presented with the Success Award by Maori Party co-Leader, Marama Fox. Karen, the inaugural inductee, received her award for modelling learning and promoting a learning culture at home. Read more at Computers in Homes

  • Kapiti digital champions impress

    Steve Caldwell, Principal of Paraparaumu School and students accepting their Chromebooks.

    Recently our team took the ICDL Digital Literacy Challenge to Coastlands Mall as part of the Tech Expo Kapiti. The event was well supported with a fantastic turn out of vendors and locals of all ages who were keen to learn more about technology and test their digital skills. Nearly 170 ICDL online tests were taken during the expo Read more at ICDL New Zealand