CEPIS

CEPIS is the representative body of national informatics associations throughout greater Europe​. We seek to promote best practice for IT professionals and users throughout Europe.

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Highlights of our work

Through its member societies, CEPIS is active in various topical fields of the digital world. Find out about the most important initiatives on this page.
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CEPIS DiversIT Charter

The DiversIT Charter is a roadmap and structured programme of activities that organisations can take to establish a supporting environment for Women in IT professions.
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Call on the EU to act immediately to improve digital skills

In its newest position paper, “The European Union must act immediately to improve the level of digital skills”, CEPIS expresses concern about the slow progress of increasing digital skills in Europe’s population and provides recommendations to improve the situation.
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IT Professionalism Europe

Advocating for IT professionalism - the maturing of the ICT profession - has always been one of CEPIS's top priorities. To take its commitment to the next level, CEPIS, together with ICDL Foundation, launched a flagship initiative - IT Professionalism Europe (ITPE).
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Who we are

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30 Years of CEPIS

In 2019, CEPIS celebrated 30 years. Have a look at this short summary of our goals and activities.

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Featured News

The Commission publishes the European Digital Strategy, a strategy for data and a paper on AI

9 March 2020
The European Commission has published the European Digital Strategy as well as the European strategy for data on 19 February.
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Commission’s new Industrial and SME Strategies highlight importance of digital skills

12 March 2020
The European Commission has brought out two Communications as part of a new Industrial Strategy for a globally competitive, green and digital Europe.
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CEPIS Digital Skills Policy group calls on EU to act immediately to improve digital skills

18 February 2020
The CEPIS Digital Skills Policy working group has produced a position paper, entitled “The European Union must act immediately to improve the level of digital skills”.
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Achieving a balanced supply of skills key challenge for the EU, conclude ministers

9 March 2020
Ensuring a balanced movement of highly qualified people is a challenge for the whole European Union. This was the conclusion at a meeting between education ministers of the EU, which took place on 20 February.
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