Posts in Category: Communities 2.0

Kelly and Callum volunteer to help other job seekers get online 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
Kelly Morris and Callum Easley are looking for work. They’re both helping other people to find work, by volunteering with Get Caerphilly Online. Kelly and Callum discovered their local digital inclusion campaign while being supported by Working... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Lee finds work after acting as a Volunteer Digital Champion 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
Lee Western volunteered on Communities 2.0's Digital Denbighshire Digidol project in the spring and summer of this year.  He told Communities 2.0 that the experience he gained during his time as a volunteer Digital Champion was crucial in securing... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Members of the BAG Credit Union in Caerphilly are tackling poverty with the help of Communities 2.0 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
BAG Credit Union were referred to Communities 2.0 when they were looking for help to update their IT systems. A financial co-operative with just over two thousand members, the Credit Union has members throughout  the upper Rhymney valley. 
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  10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Mental health service users supported in Carmarthenshire 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
A partnership approach is helping people with mental ill health to get online in Carmarthenshire. The Communities 2.0-supported ‘CAVS CVC Media Digital Engagement Project’ is working with the local Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) to introduce... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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Merthyr sisters learn together 

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies
Both retired and from Trelewis, the sisters had previously attended computer classes and are now attending drop in sessions in a local cafe, expanding their digital experience with laptops, iPads, Mifi and tablets.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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