Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA) and 13 industry associations across the EU joined a joint letter on Child Sexual Abuse Regulation – CSA. The letter can be found here.
On May 30 was held a master class on transport digitization solutions “THE NDPTL goes real-time economy: eCMR project”. During the event, the participants were introduced to the current progress of the implementation of eCMR (digital cargo waybill or CMR) and eFTI (Electronic Freight Transport Information) solutions in the Baltics and Finland, as well as […]
Insert City and Date: Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA) in cooperation with the University of Latvia, partners in Estonia and Lithuania, and with the financial support of the Microsoft Philanthropies program, has been implementing Digital Skills Development Program in all three Baltic countries. After the great success of the LIKTA’s last year’s project […]
Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA) together with 13 industry associations across the EU, urge the European Parliament to adopt a position on the #AIAct that protects fundamental rights & encourages further investment, trade, and innovation in Europe. Letter to European Parliament here.
After the last edition in 2018, the European Digital Skills Awards are back to recognise and promote best practices on digital skills from across Europe. EDSA 2023: what’s new and when to apply! In 2023 the Digital Skills and Jobs Platform of the European Commission will celebrate once more the work of the digital skills […]
To boost general digital literacy in the Baltics, the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA) in collaboration with the University of Latvia (UL) innovation centre LUMIC and Microsoft launched Baltic Digital Skills Development Programme in 2020. In the span of two years, 12 000 people from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have completed the training. To […]
Latvian Information and Communication Technology association together with the partners of the WOMEN4IT consortium organized the European-level conference “WOMEN4IT: Shaping the future of digital” on the 23rd of November in Brussels. Women4IT – an initiative financed by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment and implemented in Latvia by LIKTA – aims to empower young women across Europe […]
At the beginning of March 2022, Latvian Information and Communication Technology Association (LIKTA) in cooperation with the State Employment Agency (SEA) announced a call for applications for the 3rd round of the Women4IT project training program in Latvia, under which young women who are not in employment, education, or training (NEET), will develop their skills […]
Taking into account the situation in Ukraine starting from February 24, the Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA) together with Digital Europe and the leading ICT associations in the region, draws attention to digital security challenges in Ukraine and all Europe. In the short-term, it is important to provide all possible support to strengthen […]
The Innovation Centre of the University of Latvia LUMIC welcomes to participate in the new stage of the free digital skills development course “Virtual Internships in the Baltics” to improve knowledge and promote career growth opportunities. Apply for the free courses here: www.balticinternships.eu The survey conducted by the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA) […]