The 2020 Trust Vision is "New Zealanders fully participating in our digital world"
The 2020 Trust provides leadership and works with communities to deliver programmes that contribute to New Zealanders’ digital literacy, skills and inclusion: Computers in Homes, ICDL, KiwiSkills, Stepping UP, Digital Inclusion Map and Living Heritage. Read More About us>
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    2020 seeking Area Manager for Auckland

    The 2020 Trust has advertised the position of Auckland Area Manager and plans to make an appointment in June. The 2020 Trust is an energetic and fast-moving organisation, working to the vision that all New Zealanders fully participate in our digital world. Over the last two years the 2020 Trust has increased delivery of our digital literacy Read more

  • Computers in Homes families take their skills to the next level wioth ICDL classes at Te Pa o Rakaihautu, in Christchurch

    ICDL helps Te Pa o Rakaihautu families gain skills and certificate

    At Te Pa o Rakaihautu, in Christchurch, KiwiSkills ICDL is being incorporated alongside the traditional Computers in Homes programme. Participants with average knowledge are enabled to achieve a higher level of digital skills, plus an internationally recognised ICDL certificate. Two separate classes are running – an evening class and a morning class. Participants attend class Read more at ICDL New Zealand

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    Privacy week: worrying issues and useful tools

    Last week was World Privacy Week, highlighting issues of privacy, trust and confidence on the web and in the real world. Here is our selection of recent reports and surveys, useful tools and good advice for keeping yourself safe on line. Read more

  • Adriana overcame agoraphobia and joined Computers in Homes for the benefit of her children.

    It’s All for the Children

    Adriana joined Computers in Homes training at Stoke School in Nelson. Coming into her group of 9 was difficult for her, as she has agoraphobia, but her commitment to her two children – aged 7 and 14, helped her to overcome her fears. She shares her Computers in Homes and Stepping Up experiences. Read more at Computers in Homes

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    Digital Inclusion map grows in coverage and flexibility

    The 2020 Trust’s Digital Inclusion map (at www.digitalinclusion.nz) has reached a milestone, with over 500 resources ‘pins’ added. 2020 launched the prototype Digital Inclusion map at InternetNZ’s NetHui in July 2015. At the launch, the Executive Director of the 2020 Trust explained, “The digital sector needs a better understanding of who is working with which communities,to build and grow Read more

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    New Internet Report: The Digital Divide Persists

    A new World Internet Project report (pdf, 2MB) released today by AUT concludes that many New Zealanders continue to be digitally disadvantaged.  The Executive Director of the World Internet Project in New Zealand, Dr Philippa Smith, says that the report shows the digital divide still persists.  She commented that age and household income are still Read more

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    Kapiti Coast District Libraries ‘UP’ with the programme…

    In 2014 Kapiti Coast District Libraries (KCDL) established a Digital Services Team.  One of their goals was to establish a Learning Centre at Paraparaumu Library to help increase digital literacy in their community.  Achieving this goal by 2015, KCDL then approached the Stepping UP programme following positive discussions with existing Stepping UP partner Hutt City Libraries. KCDL Digital Read more at Stepping Up