Source: Mission Société Numérique
A reality that can't be ignored... Digital technology has brought about profound changes to our consumption patterns, our ways of working and our learning modes. While it is undoubtedly a fantastic growth driver, it is also a catalyst for new gaps in society, inequalities and concerns.
At Kokoroe, we believe that digital inclusion hinges on training, and that the skills of tomorrow must not be left in the hands of a minority of experts.
Béatrice Gherara, co-founder of Kokoroe
Since 2019, Kokoroe has joined forces with France's "Pôle Emploi" public employment service to allow job seekers to gain access to free training in the skills of tomorrow. All registered job seekers are eligible, and thus benefit from free access to training on soft skills and new technologies.
Every year, Kokoroe organises the Future of work & inclusive summit, an occasion to consolidate the ecosystem and bring together those in favour of inclusive growth (including personalities, associations, companies and institutional players).
Digital ecology, fake news, inclusion... Each year, Kokoroe devises 10 citizen training courses made freely available and co-developed with engaged associations and NGOs such as the Zero Waste environmental association, or foundation Le Refuge which supports young LGBT+ persons subject to discrimination.