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Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Sweden

The importance of digital competence is becoming increasingly important in Sweden, Europe and globally. As a result, the European Commission has launched a Competence Agenda for Europe where the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is one of ten measures. Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Sweden is the Swedish point of contact within the framework of this initiative. Today, 24 organizations are part of #DigitalSkillsSweden.


SADE (Swedish Association for Distance Education) participates in the work with Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Sweden. Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Sweden includes more than 30 organizations in Sweden, which means that we have a broad competence and a broad business area to build on.

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition aims to bring together all good forces in the Union to promote digital skills. Each Member State organizes itself in the form of national coalitions where stakeholders who in one way or another work to promote digital competence gather and act together in national coalitions.

A number of activities have already been carried out, including meeting with Minister for Higher Education and Resaerch Matilda Ernkrans on October 2, 2019, where the motto is

“No matter where you live in our country, there should be good opportunities to study further. We will ensure that Sweden’s students get good conditions and a safe study time. We invest in education and research to build a stronger society. “

Read more here on Ebba Ossiannilsson blog

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