New Zealanders fully participating in our 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

  • Karen Sadlier inducted into Wall of Fame


    Karen Sadlier was inducted into the Computers in Home “Wall of Fame” at a dinner in Gisborne last night, held as part of TaiTech’s TeachXpo Conference .  She was presented with the Success Award by Maori Party co-Leader, Marama Fox. Karen is the inaugural inductee in the Computers in Homes “Wall of Fame”, an initiative set up by the 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

  • Digital skills put to the test

    A delighted Whaea Debra Marshall-Lobb with students from Hato Paora students with their new Chromebooks

    Visitors to the Tech Expo Kāpiti event (18-20 June 2015 – Coastlands Mall, Paraparaumu) will be invited to test their digital prowess in a fun game show environment while helping a local school win Chromebooks for their students.   The 2020 Trust is taking the popular ICDL Digital Literacy Challenge to the expo, which is open Read more at ICDL New Zealand

  • 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