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Including older persons, with and without disabilities, in digital technology design processes can improve user-friendliness as well as the relevance of digital technologies if the needs and preferences of older persons are considered.  (...) A new project in Slovakia intends to analyse, test and increase digital skills among older persons in 2023-2026, with plans to provide free-of-charge basic digital skills training to nine thousand older persons. As part of the project, more digitally literate older persons, “digital champions”, will be enlisted to educate people in care homes and community centres. 
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Score: 884601.1 - https://unece.org/media/Sustainable-Development/press/358156
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It was explained to them that the “digitalization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”. 9. (...) The Administration failed to act fairly, justly and transparently when it gave the project closure as a reason for a non-renewal decision when there was remaining funding from the 1st phase of the digitalization project and DGACM obtained further funding from the State of Qatar for the 2nd phase of the digitalization project; c. (...) The email notification of the non-renewal states the reason for non-renewal as “the digitization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”.
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Score: 883856.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-221.pdf
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It was explained to them that the “digitalization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”. 9. (...) The Administration failed to act fairly, justly and transparently when it gave the project closure as a reason for a non-renewal decision when there was remaining funding from the 1st phase of the digitalization project and DGACM obtained further funding from the State of Qatar for the 2nd phase of the digitalization project; c. (...) The email notification of the non-renewal states the reason for non-renewal as “the digitization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”.
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Score: 883856.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-222.pdf
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Including older persons, with and without disabilities, in digital technology design processes can improve user-friendliness as well as the relevance of digital technologies if the needs and preferences of older persons are considered.  (...) A new project in Slovakia intends to analyse, test and increase digital skills among older persons in 2023-2026, with plans to provide free-of-charge basic digital skills training to nine thousand older persons. As part of the project, more digitally literate older persons, “digital champions”, will be enlisted to educate people in care homes and community centres. 
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Score: 883209.8 - https://unece.org/media/Population/press/358156
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Gaucaite Wittich emphasised that digital inclusion and the empowerment of older persons in the digital era requires policy action to: (a) Ensure equal access to goods and services involving digital technology; (b) Enhance digital literacy to reduce the digital skills gaps; (c) Leverage the potential of digital technologies for active and healthy ageing, well-being and empowerment of older persons; (d) Protect the human rights of older persons in the digital era. (...) In order to implement these recommendations, it is necessary to strengthen the social participation of older persons at all levels, including by enhancing their digital skills and digital confidence. (...) Speakers will share national digital literacy strategies and lessons learnt from digital skills programmes targeting older persons (including how to address ageism and disengagement from digital technology use in older age).
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Score: 875477.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...iles/2022-01/PS2021_Report.pdf
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Gaucaite Wittich emphasised that digital inclusion and the empowerment of older persons in the digital era requires policy action to: (a) Ensure equal access to goods and services involving digital technology; (b) Enhance digital literacy to reduce the digital skills gaps; (c) Leverage the potential of digital technologies for active and healthy ageing, well-being and empowerment of older persons; (d) Protect the human rights of older persons in the digital era. (...) In order to implement these recommendations, it is necessary to strengthen the social participation of older persons at all levels, including by enhancing their digital skills and digital confidence. (...) Speakers will share national digital literacy strategies and lessons learnt from digital skills programmes targeting older persons (including how to address ageism and disengagement from digital technology use in older age).
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Score: 875477.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-Digital-Era-PS2021_Report.pdf
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Design Unfriendly design of digital technology or lacking relevance for older persons may be a barrier to use. (...) Digital technology design for older persons is often over-proportionally targeted on health care technologies and rarely focused on digital technology for leisure, reflecting the health paradigm and societal assumptions about the needs of older persons. (...) This policy brief puts the focus on four key areas for enhancing digital inclusion of older persons: (1) ensuring access to goods and services that involve digital technology, (2) enhancing digital literacy among older persons, (3) leveraging the potential of digital technologies for active and healthy ageing and the well-being and empowerment of older persons, and (4) ensuring the protection of human rights of older persons.
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Score: 875064.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...s/2021-07/PB26-ECE-WG.1-38.pdf
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Design Unfriendly design of digital technology or lacking relevance for older persons may be a barrier to use. (...) Digital technology design for older persons is often over-proportionally targeted on health care technologies and rarely focused on digital technology for leisure, reflecting the health paradigm and societal assumptions about the needs of older persons. (...) This policy brief puts the focus on four key areas for enhancing digital inclusion of older persons: (1) ensuring access to goods and services that involve digital technology, (2) enhancing digital literacy among older persons, (3) leveraging the potential of digital technologies for active and healthy ageing and the well-being and empowerment of older persons, and (4) ensuring the protection of human rights of older persons.
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Score: 874713.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...2021-07/PB26-ECE-WG.1-38_0.pdf
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Referat 306 Older Persons and Digitalisation findings and conclusions from the 8th Government Report on Older Persons Martin Amberger 24 November 2021 29.11.2021 | Titel | 2 Setting the Scene  What are the government reports on older persons?  Main findings of the 8th government reports  Implementation of the recommendations, incl. with civil society 29.11.2021 | Titel | 3 The government reports on older persons  Decision of the Bundestag to issue a report on the situation of older persons every four years (first: 1993)  Each report should have a different topic of importance in developing policies for older persons and ageing  Reports are written by a committee of independent experts in the respective field of interest  Reports are complemented by a statement of the federal government on the recommendations | Titel | 4 Main findings of the 8th Report - 1  Older persons must be at the center of the Federal Government's strategy and in the general discussion on digitalisation  Digitalisation encompasses great opportunities for older persons especially in the areas of housing – mobility - health – general support - social integration  Older persons must be part in research and development of digital technology – monitoring essential https://www.bmfsfj.de/resource/blob/159708/ed36ad230d6038b9f0a439fb03ddf35b/achter- altersbericht-kurzfassung-englisch-data.pdf https://www.bmfsfj.de/resource/blob/159708/ed36ad230d6038b9f0a439fb03ddf35b/achter-altersbericht-kurzfassung-englisch-data.pdf 29.11.2021 | Titel | 5 Main findings of the 8th Report - 2  Relevant professions must make use of digitalisation  Social professions  Health professions  Artisans  Housing sector  Guarantee digital services for the public  Support the interconnection of care and living structures  Empowerment of digital sovereignty  Exchange between the generations 29.11.2021 | Titel | 6 Implementation of the recommendations framework  Strengthen social participation at all levels to bridge the digital divide between the generations and within the group of older persons. Key requirements: Strengthening digital literacy skills and digital confidence Objective: self-determined and independent living in old age.  Measures to strengthen social participation relate to the following areas: - Empowering by educating/training older persons (lifelong learning) - Empowering multipliers through education/training to enable them to provide better guidance and support in older person’s everyday lives - Promoting measures that strengthen the empowerment of older persons in their home and home environment. 29.11.2021 | Titel | 7 Implementation of the recommendations 1 Project „Digital Angel“ (Digitaler Engel)  aims to equip older persons with digital skills for everyday life  a mobile information centre is sent to local communities across the country offering low-threshold face-to-face training that has a lasting effect by being incorporated into existing structures and networks;  During the lockdown, the tour was continued virtually.
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Score: 873729.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ession%20Martin%20Amberger.pdf
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Meetings 1 st meeting summary 2 nd meeting summary White Paper “How Can Digital Information Contribute to Achieving the SDGs for Persons with Disabilities?” (...) The event, titled “ How Can Digital Societies Contribute To Achieving the SDGs for Persons with Disabilities ,” explored how new forms of digital information, such as social media or crowdsourced information, could contribute with relevant evidence about the situations of persons with disabilities and contribute to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for persons with disabilities. Experts highlighted case studies of digital information and their potential to empower persons with disabilities.
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Score: 873258.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ity-and-digital-societies.html
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