Operazione Risorgimento Digitale
ItaliaCamp is a partner of Operazione Risorgimento Digitale, the initiative launched by TIM on 28 October 2019 with the aim of spreading digital culture among citizens, businesses and public administration and helping to fill the digital skills gap of Italians
Italiacamp is among the partners of Operazione Risorgimento Digitale, the initiative launched by TIM with the aim of spreading digital culture among citizens, businesses and public administration and helping to fill the digital skills gap of Italians. The initiative is open to companies, institutions and public and private operators from the perspective of an ecosystem aimed at networking and maximising opportunities for the Country. On 11 November 2019, activities were launched on the target citizens and local public
administration through a tour.
On 24 February, the tour was suspended due to the Coronavirus emergency. In this context, “Maestri d’Italia” was launched, the online school active from 14 April to 29 May, with daily lessons and testimonials of excellence that transformed the emergency into an opportunity to bring innovation into the homes of Italians, adapting format and content to new needs.
As was the case for Maestri d’Italia, the next dissemination and training initiatives that will be planned and implemented will take into account the new digital priorities that the emergency period has revealed, both in terms of content and mode of use.
These new digital priorities were analysed through a study on the state of digitalisation of the Italian population following Phase 1 of the health emergency, carried out by Censis in collaboration with the TIM Study Centre.
This new approach led to Italiacamp’s collaboration with Junior Achievement, Susan G. Komen Italia and Mygrants.
The manner in which the dissemination and training initiatives will be delivered in presence rather than remote-based will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis according to changing health conditions and legal requirements.
We have created a team of Digitalists – i.e. Digital Evangelists – to disseminate digital skills, who deliver real digitalisation crash courses.
Edoardo is an Italiacamp associate who developed a digital school at Caritas in Syracuse: an opportunity to bridge the digital divide and provide tools and skills for the present (and the future).
Valentina brought the Internet revolution to a migrant centre in Messina: the aim of the course is to provide everyone with useful tools to become integrated and autonomous.
Ettore brought the Internet revolution to Pallagorio, a small village on the slopes of the Sila mountains, by helping a girl find – thanks to the cloud – photos of her father that she thought had been lost.
Photos from one of the Digitalist digital school visits: we were in Calabria, in Pallagorio (in the province of Crotone), where we met many people cut off from the Digital Revolution, giving them their first step into the knowledge of web tools and software useful for everyday life.
More than 40 partners are working with TIM on the Operazione Risorgimento Digitale project, including institutions, companies and associations: from Google to Telefono Azzurro, from CISCO to CENSIS.