network, "Collectif des Acteurs Bruxellois de l'Accessibilité Numérique" (Collective of Brussels Actors for Digital Accessibility), brings together associations and other organisations fighting the digital divide in Brussels. Most of the actors in the CABAN network manage Digital Public Spaces (DPS) in which citizens can have access free of charge (or for a symbolic price) to a computer and a connection, and receive assistance in using and familiarising themselves with these tools.
The Digital Inclusion Coordination has set up a label for Digital Public Spaces (DPS)
that meets certain quality criteria. You can find the list of DPSs with the label
on the Region's website.
Other actors are active in digital inclusion in addition to the DPS.
The King Baudouin Foundation
regularly launches calls for projects relating to the inclusion of the digitally disadvantaged. Other non-profit organisations and associations
are also involved in combating illiteracy and digital illiteracy and in helping certain target groups (senior citizens, persons with disabilities, etc.). Lastly, coding schools and any place where it is possible to acquire computer skills can also be considered important stakeholders in the sector.