Digital Generations Project


Digital Generations Project




Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia (DCHS) is a sub-regional development agency established by Municipality Litija, operating in Central Sava region in the "The Heart of Slovenia”. It has been leading, coordinating and connecting development projects to enhance the quality of life in the region, especially for young people and seniors. DCHS has 20 years of experience in development of rural areas in the specific fields and works on three main pillars: entrepreneurship, tourism and environment. Its advantage is close cooperation with local stakeholders from all main sectors (public, private and NGO), knowing their needs and integration of innovative ideas and projects. One of the most important roles is managing Local Action Group (LAG) - The Heart of Slovenia for Rural Development.


Regional Cluster “North - East” was established in 2012 and officially registered in 2014 as a public-private partnership. Members of The Cluster are municipalities, schools and vocational training centers, NGOs, companies operating in the fields of industry, trade, tourism and services, etc.
Regional Cluster “North-East” also represents the Institute “Balkan and Black Sea Fresh Foods Marketing Initiative” which in 2012 began to function as an institute within the Cluster. Main tasks of The BBSFFMI are related to research in the field of production, postharvest, storage and marketing of fresh and processed fruits, vegetables, fish and flowers, rural development. BBSFFMI also deals with curriculum development and delivery of training to increase the capacity of agricultural workers and those living in rural areas.
A member of the Cluster is also Balkan and Black Sea Business Institute. BBSBI specializes in coastal management and development.


Formación para el Desarrollo y la Inserción (DEFOIN) started in 2009 with the idea of promoting training for the employment and integration of employed and unemployed workers. DEFOIN has extensive experience in the education and formation field, both in national and european context, promoting different activities alongside formation entities and centres. This organization is compromised with the quality improvement of education and the digitalization on it, always focusing to the users benefit.
Four Elements is a Non-Profit, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), certified by both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health. It is an innovative and pioneering Greek organization that focuses on issues pertaining to:
Social inclusion, Gender equality, Employability and equal opportunities, Scientific research and the development of know-how in social policy issues, Education and capacity building.
Since its establishment four ELEMENTS has undertaken numerous projects and programmes, many in collaboration with large well-established organizations both in Greece and abroad, targeting the following societal groups: Women and especially women in difficult situations, Immigrants and refugees, Elderly, Persons with physical disabilities and mental disorders, Long-term unemployed and those with low professional qualifications.
Four ELEMENTS mission is to contribute towards sustainable development and efficient utilization of all available resources in society for creating better living environments.


The Municipality of Kamnik is a local public authority, occupying an area of 266 km2 with approximately 30.000 inhabitants. The city itself is the cultural, administrative and business center of the municipality. Its responsibilities include socio economic development, urban planning, traffic infrastructure, water supply, waste management, public safety and protection, housing, education, etc. Within the Department for Development and Investments we have formed an European Projects Office, the primary focus of which is to obtain European grants, while with various development-oriented activities aiming to contribute to the utilization of the municipality’s many development potentials, and consequently, to the well-being of our citizens.
E-Seniors is a non-profit association, founded in 2004 by Monique EPSTEIN. E-Seniors aims at fighting against e-exclusion by providing access to and training in ICT to seniors and/or disabled people.
Its main objectives are: bridging and shrinking the digital gap between generations, caring for elders by fighting against senior isolation, and opening new horizons for efficient use of free time. Since its creation E-Seniors has provided courses on ICT usage for seniors in various public locations and is constantly opening new locations all over the region in order to provide a “proximity” service, which takes into account the rhythm, interests, and needs of its target public.
Intergenerational learning to enhance senior digitalisation

Digital Generations
European Project