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15 Feb, 2024

Closing the digital divide: Isadora Duncan Foundation’s new workshop for immigrant women

The Isadora Duncan Foundation, a member of COFACE in Spain, is introducing a new workshop tailored for immigrant women. This initiative aims to equip participants with essential digital literacy skills, enabling them to access various online services efficiently and securely. Through comprehensive training, attendees will learn the fundamentals of navigating digital platforms, mastering administrative procedures, and utilizing tools such as digital signatures and the cl@ve system. Additionally, the workshop will cover topics such as creating electronic presentations, troubleshooting, and understanding document submission formats, empowering participants to navigate the digital landscape confidently. 

When and where? On February 26 and 27, 2024 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Isadora Duncan headquarters in León: Avda. Reino de León, 12 portal EI, 1º. 

Find out more about Isadora Duncan here. 

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