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Lobbying Costs

600,000€ - 699,999€

Financial year: Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)

10 Fte (10)

Lobbyists with EP accreditation


High-level Commission meetings


Lobbying Costs over the years

  • Info


    EU Transparency Register

    731930623261-05 First registered on 05 Sep 2016

    Goals / Remit

    ALL DIGITAL AISBL is a pan-European association based in Brussels. It represents 100+ member organisations that work with 35,000 digital competence centres providing access & training to 2+ million people in Europe every year. Our vision is that everyone can benefit from digital transformation. We support our members in equipping all people with digital skills, with confidence, and with a mindset that allows them to understand how digital transformation can contribute to a greener, more sustainable, inclusive, and cohesive growth of the society. As well we work to let people understand how digital competences can enhance their personal and professional development. The main strength of our network is the capacity to reach out at the grassroots level through thousands of Digital Competence Centres. Thanks to our network we are able to channel services and products that are having a positive impact on people’s lives.

    Main EU files targeted

    Through its strategy and action plan, ALL DIGITAL supports the objectives and implementation of the Digital Education Action Plan, the European Education Area, The European Digital Decade and Digital Compass, and the New Skills Agenda, as well as the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan. In 2023, throughout our activities, we will support European Year of Skills.

    To this end we promote and raise awareness of these policy agendas through our extensive membership network, relying on the synergy of providing capacity building for our members and drawing from on-the-ground experience of member organisations. The benefit of this two-way collaboration equips our membership with the necessary knowledge and awareness of policy actions undertaken at European level, while facilitating the exchange of good practices among the membership, all of which are key stakeholders in digital education and training, and the Brussels-based secretariat.

    We follow and contribute to EU policy in the fields of education and skills, employment, social & economic inclusion, social innovation, Digital Single Market, e.g. by policy papers & targeted communications.( n)As members of the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP) we cooperate with other civil society organisations in education and training on joint positions regarding mainstreaming digital skills, making Erasmus+ more effective and articulating joint messages to the EU institutions. We also collaborate with the European E-Skills Association, CEPIS and the ECDL Foundation. The European E-Skills Association and CEPIS are represented in our Advisory Board by their directors. ( n)ALL DIGITAL is a stakeholder member of the ET2020 Working Group on Digital Skills and Competences of the European Commission, where we sit together with ministries of education from member states, international organisations and social partners. We follow closely the policy initiatives promoted by DG EAC,DG CNECT and DG EMPL, such as the New Skills Agenda for Europe, and the Digital Education Action Plan (DEAP), and in particular on Individual Learning Accounts, Micro-credentials, the Digital Decade Policy Programme, the European Digital Skills Certificate and the upcoming initiatives on improving the provision of digital skills in education and training and on enabling factors for digital skills in education and training. ALL DIGITAL is represented as an organization in the Media Literacy and Fighting Disinformation Expert Group, the Adult Learning Working Group, the Digital Education: Learning, Teaching, and Assessment (DELTA) Working Group, as well as the Voices of Culture Working Group.

    ALL DIGITAL aims at facilitating the stakeholder engagement and policy understanding at national, regional and local level with the aim of connecting stakeholders across Europe and strengthen organisations within education and digital education fields in providing education to all, innovating and cooperate with policy makers at all levels in their fields to contribute to the digital and green transition.

    ■ Promoting the implementation of the Digital Competence Framework
    ■ Supporting the implementation of the European Digital Skills Certificate
    ■ Nurturing and managing the DigComp Community of Practice and the Certification Community of Practice
    ■ Participation in European Union expert and working groups
    ■ Leading conversations through policy events, papers, recommendations and consultations
    ■ Facilitating the understanding of the needs, trends and impact of digital transformation

    Our Manifesto sets out key principles and recommendations on how to maximise the impact of education and training in digital competences for all European citizens.


    Head Office
    Rue du Commerce 123
    Brussels 1000
    EU Office
    Rue du Commerce 123
    Brussels 1000


  • People

    Total lobbyists declared


    Employment timeLobbyists

    Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)


    Lobbyists with EP accreditation

    All Lobbyists with EP accreditation over time

    0 accreditations were / are live (in bold) for the selected state of 19 Jul 2024

    Name Start date End Date
    Peter PALVOLGYI 24 May 2023 24 May 2024
    Afonso Duarte PÓVOAS DE MORAIS CAMPELO DE ARAÚJO 28 Jun 2023 28 Jun 2024
    Norman ROHNER 24 May 2023 24 May 2024
    Peter PALVOLGYI 11 May 2022 11 May 2023
    Norman ROHNER 05 May 2022 05 May 2023
    Mr Renato SABBADINI 14 Nov 2019 14 Nov 2020
    Ms Alessandra ACCOGLI 07 Mar 2019 29 Feb 2020
    Ms Alessandra ACCOGLI 17 Mar 2018 22 Dec 2018
    Laurentiu BUNESCU 17 Mar 2018 16 Mar 2019
    Ms Pia GROENEWOLT 17 Mar 2018 16 Mar 2019
    Mr Rocco ROLLO 09 Mar 2018 30 Jun 2018
    Ms Gabriela Ruseva 07 Sep 2016 07 Sep 2017

    Complementary Information

    None declared

    Person in charge of EU relations

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

    Person with legal responsibility

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

  • Categories


    Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar

  • Networking


    Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP)
    European Internet Forum (EIF)
    Social Platform
    Media & Learning Association iVZW
    European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB)
    Social Good Accelerator EU
    Out of The Box International
    DIESIS Network
    Accion Contra el Hambre
    European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (EfVET)
    European Association fro Local Democracy (ALDA)

    Member organisations

    None declared

  • Financial Data

    Interests represented

    Promotes their own interests or the collective interests of their members

    Closed financial year

    Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

    Lobbying costs for closed financial year

    600,000€ - 699,999€

    Major contributions in closed year

    Grant European Education and Culture Executive Agency 125,000€
    Grant European Education and Culture Executive Agency 175,000€

    Intermediaries for closed year

    None declared

    Intermediaries for current year

    None declared

    Closed year Costs

    600,000€ - 699,999€

    Other financial info

    None declared

  • EU Structures

    Groups (European Commission)

    Working group on Adult learning  -  opening up opportunities for all#E03797# #Member #C#Civil society#Working Group on Digital Education: Learning, Teaching and Assessment (DELTA)#E03787# #Member #C#Civil society

    Groups (European Parliament)


    Communication activities


    The Digital Competences Manifesto ( was first presented at the ALL DIGITAL General Assembly in May 2019 and is regularly updated. The Manifesto contains a series of key principles and recommendations under five main areas on how to maximize the impact of education and training, as powerful instruments towards continuous development of digital competencies for the European citizens:
    1. The education and training offer
    2. Access to education and training
    3. Quality of education and training
    4. European homogeneous validation
    5. Sustainability and development


    Our annual pan-European campaign aimed at raising awareness on how to use technology confidently and take advantage of the opportunities that digital transfor- mation offers. Every year, more than 100.000 Europeans join the campaign. Our objectives:
    - Directly organise a high-level launch event and several international events during the campaign.
    - Amplify the impact of the campaign through the active involvement of key strategic partners such as European and national networks.
    - Enhance outreach of the campaign through the engagement of more local partners across Europe.

    Our annual event for our members and stakeholders in the field of digital transformation to present achievements and projects, build relationships and discuss digital skills. Our objectives:
    - Ensure that the Summit becomes the reference event for everyone interested in digital competences and education.
    - Enable exchange of best practices, experience, and expertise.
    - Provide more services and networking opportunities during the event.

    ALL DIGITAL Awards celebrate the ability of individuals and organisations across Europe to foster digital education, to support entrepreneurship and employability, to ensure digital inclusion and to enable digital social innovation. Our objectives:
    - Award excellence in the fields of digital inclusion and digital education with the annual ALL DIGITAL Awards.

    The ALL DIGITAL Academy offers up-skilling training activities on emerging digital technologies, such as AI and IoT, to adult educators and trainers. It empowers adult learning centres supporting their capacity building activities to facilitate the Digital Transition in Europe.

    We establish and maintain a DigComp Hub (including DigComp Community of Practice, services, resources) to support the wide adoption and use of the DigComp Framework.

    We support the implementation of the European Digital Skills Certificate (EDSC) by positioning the organisation as a trusted third-party to guarantee the quality of certification processes. We engage in the EDSC feasibility study and participate in piloting of the operational model. We nurture and manage the Digital Skills Certification Community of Practice.

    Other activities

    None declared

  • Meetings


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    The list below only covers meetings held since November 2014 with commissioners, their cabinet members or directors-general at the European Commission; other lobby meetings with lower-level staff may have taken place, but the European Commission doesn't proactively publish information about these meetings. For more information about which commissioner is responsible for which portfolio, check out this link: All information below comes from European Commission web pages.

    1 July 2024: We have noted that some meetings are appearing in duplicate, ie. some meetings seem to be listed twice. This seems to be because the Commission changes some element of a meeting data after the meeting has first been listed, which causes LobbyFacts to register it as a new meeting. We are investigating further.

    • Date 07 Nov 2016 Location Brussels
      Subject ICT in education
      Cabinet Cabinet of Commissioner Tibor Navracsics
      Portfolio Education, Culture, Youth and Sport
      • Rodrigo Ballester (Cabinet member)
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