Based on the research project carried out by the Global Corporate Volunteering Council in which 48 global companies, 26 NGOs and various experts took part, The Big Tent shows the possibilities a company […]
From Monday 18 to Wednesday 20 April, Fundación Telefónica Ecuador set up donation points in the cities of Quito, Guayaquil, and Cuenca to collect essential staples for those affected by the earthquake which […]
• The publications explore trending issues in today’s society and can be downloaded free at www.fundaciontelefonica.com.ve. So far there have been more than 75,000 downloads in this country.
Fundación Telefónica Venezuela launched its latest digital publications at the 8th Reading Festival of Chacao which will take place from 21 April to 1 May in Plaza Altamira, Caracas. During this important cultural […]
This year’s programme in the series ‘Living in a Sea of Data’ organised by Fundación Telefónica consists of two sessions, the first on Artificial Intelligence (AI), which took place on 7 April, and […]
Innovación Modular Educativa Técnológica (Modular Educational Technological Innovation #IMET) is the name of the project through which we promote technological and teaching tools to develop STEM abilities and 21st century skills among pupils in the 1st to 4th middle grade cycles.
Through key areas such as robotics, teamwork, programming, project methodologies, prototyping and design techniques, students and teachers will progress through learning modules until they have completed on average 60 hours for 1st and […]
Along with our organization, Colegios de Fomento distinguished the Federación Española de Bancos de Alimentos (Spanish Federation of Food Banks) and the NGO Harambee.
On Saturday 12 March, Fundación Telefónica received the Fomento Award 2016 along with the Spanish Federation of Food Banks and the NGO Harambee. These awards recognize the work of people or organizations which […]
Trusting children as agents of social change, involving them in the search for solutions to social problems from their schooldays, spreading the ‘I Can’ virus to them as founder Kiran Bir Sethi, of Indian origin, likes to say. This is Design for Change, a movement established in more than 35 countries which, with the help of Fundación Telefónica, will reach Spain and six more countries in Latin America - Chile, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Uruguay.
The Executive Vice-President of Fundación Telefónica, Emilio Gilolmo, and the founder of Design For Change, Kiran Bir Seth, have signed a partnership agreement through which the educational methodology will be implemented in schools […]
With the aim of promoting the adoption and use of technology in civil society organizations (CSOs), a Technology Alliance for Good was signed by María Angélica Luna Parra, Head of INDESOL; Raúl Rafael Anaya Núñez, General Manager of the Professionalization of Social Care at DIF; Juan Carlos Rico Campos, General Manager of Youth Wellbeing and Engagement at IMJUVE; Jorge Silva Luján, General Manager of Microsoft; and Jorge Vega Iracelay, Senior Director of Legal and Corporate Matters and Philanthropy at Microsoft Mexico.
Technology is something that enables CSOs to improve their operating efficiency, increase their fundraising capacity and, most importantly, ensure their actions have a bigger impact for the benefit of society; for this reason, […]