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Digital Participation - Intergenerational and Personal

For many young people in Hungary, using digital media responsibly now also means passing on their knowledge to the elderly, boosting their self-confidence and motivating them to get to grips with areas of digitization that are relevant to them.

In personal conversations, young people from secondary schools convey the unlimited possibilities that technology and digitization hold in libraries for the seniors. The lessons are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, countrywide, in dedicated libraries.

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Magyar Telekom promotes the exchange between different generations in Hungary on the topic of media literacy in face-to-face meetings.
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/mediabase/img/cache/6880_740x740.jpg In Austria, Magenta Telekom ensures more digital competence in the classroom: The offer includes digital workshops, technology and pedagogical expertise - free of charge. ConnectedKids
/mediabase/img/cache/6937_740x740.jpg Active solidarity with safe access to information and advice: Magenta Telekom connects Cape 10, the community center in Vienna, Austria. Cape 10

Generation Now

Generations Together

Project 10 Million


Secure online

Safer Internet for Seniors


Educational Robotics and STEM program

Network of generations

Click for peace

Keys to media

Digital senior

Magenta Experience Center

Digital Academy for NGOs



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