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Awards and Partners

- Honorable Mention in the World Summit on the Information Society Stocktaking Report 2015:
“In Portugal, a remarkable project has been developed by the Instituto Piaget called E-learning in prison. It sustains the idea of ICT as a tool for adult education, and promotes social inclusion of risk groups such as prisoners by providing training based on distance learning through the use of a learning management platform. The main objective of this project is to analyse the importance that e-learning can play in the training of women prisoners, in order to allow empowerment and greater social and digital inclusion, and to contribute to the full social reintegration of the inmate population by creating an integrated and structured intervention model that is likely to spread, replicate and lend credibility to an innovative strategy”(p. 123).

- Technologically Supported by Altice Portugal

- BPI and Fundação “la Caixa” Award (2019) – 4ª edição do Prémio Solidário:


The EPRIS Project was awarded by BPI and the "la Caixa" Foundation, for the 4th edition of the Solidário Award, which sought to develop easing skills of social and labor reinsertion of female prisioners, who constitute a socially vulnerable group.

- Awarded the INCoDe.2030 Seal


EPRIS 3.0 received the INCoDe.2030 Seal from the "Iniciativa Nacional Competências Digitais e.2030, Portugal INCoDe.2030" program on January 14, 2020. The INCoDe.2030 Seal is an ensign that identifies, recognizes and distinguishes actions of acquiring digital skills, granting notoriety to the iniciatives that promote digital skills in an incrisingly digitally-inclined society and marking the vast mobilization of said society towards the goals and objectives of the INCoDe.2030 program.

- 3rd Permanent Forum for Digital Skills Conference:


The EPRIS 3.0 project was represented in the exposition area of the 3rd Permanent Forum for Digital Skills Conference that was held on March 3rd 2020, in Alfândega do Porto. This conference had the purpose of demonstrating the level of transformation and recen progress of Digital Skills developed by citizens, mayors, teachers, trainers, entrepreneurs and researchers, as well as in ongoing projects and ideas to promote Digital Skills for a new society active in the inclusion, education, qualification and employability, specialization and investigation. The participation of EPRIS 3.0 in this event stands as one more contribution to the project's notoriety and as proof of it's recognition on a National level regarding the development of digital literacy, in this case within groups of social vulnerability.