We help them to make a fresh start and train them in digital technology

Digital technology is everywhere. It helps, but if not used properly it can further exclude young people and women who have difficulties with integration. That is why, in 2018, we are training 60,000 people in France...

in digital production


"The day when I joined a Solidarity FabLab course at the Bordeaux IUT was a revelation! I discovered that I was good with my hands and that I had a “knack” for new technologies."
Find out about his experience


"At the Solidarity FabLab, I discovered a lot of things! Of course, I learned the basics of programming, electronics and using 3D machines, but what I really discovered was a philosophy, that of sharing, freedom to try out everything and discussions with people who were as different as they were fascinating."
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Solidarity FabLabs have changed their lives

Ana, Javi, Manuel and Jokin are the Spanish winners of the 2017 Solidarity FabLabs #IMake4MyCity challenge. .

Job seekers, school drop outs, they were lacking motivation and ideas. Their training course at the Solidarity FabLab and participation in the challenge changed their lives!


It’s a reality!

We support Solidarity FabLabs in 11 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. They train young people in digital production along with associations, FabManagers, volunteers and Orange employees. An innovative and free-of-charge way to train, remotivate and boost the generations of tomorrow!

in digital workshops


"Thanks to these workshops, I took fresh heart and found my self-confidence. I have been hired as a receptionist. If I have any advice for other women, it’s listen to advice and, above all, remain confident!"
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"At the Local Mission in Metz, I benefited from a course called "Find a job online." Thanks to these workshops, I was able to find the right sites and best practice."
Find out about her experience


A number of possible actions:

The objective of the Women’s Digital Centres is to make women more independent through digital training. We train unskilled and jobless women in Europe and Africa.
Some women learn vital skills: writing, calculation, using a computer or tablet, etc. Others learn how to use software and the web.

We create digital workshops in the Local Missions to pass on vocational knowledge of digital technologies to young people between 16 and 25, which will help them to find a job: certification of basic knowledge, online CV, professional use of social media, professional ways of working, engineering, discovering digital professions…


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