Networks, memberships and partnerships of the foundation

The Digital Opportunities Foundation strives to network various players in the field of digitization and media literacy education. For this reason, it is itself part of various networks at national and international level.



ALL DIGITAL is a European network organization based in Brussels. As a lobby for Internet experience sites and for organizations that represent Internet experience sites at the national level and support their work, ALL DIGITAL networks more than 70 member organizations. In addition to initiating the pan-European ALL DIGITAL Weeks campaign, the association offers members a networking platform and an annual conference to exchange ideas, work on joint project ideas, and find partners for projects. The Digital Opportunities Foundation has been a member since 2012 and represents the German Internet experience sites, implements the ALL DIGITAL Weeks in Germany and presents its projects at European level. Since March 2017, the foundation has been represented on the ALL DIGITAL board.

The Digital Opportunities Foundation is represented on the advisory board of the German project klicksafe - This project works in a European network of nodes on tasks to raise public awareness of the opportunities and risks of Internet use. The foundation is able to contribute its wide-ranging expertise on issues of youth media protection through the board's regular consultations.

In September 2019, the Foundation was accepted as a full member of the National Coalition Germany, and the Chair of the Board, Jutta Croll, was elected to the National Coalition's extended Board of Directors at the General Meeting.

The Digital Opportunities Foundation is a member of Internet ABC e.V. The association offers assistance in making educational professionals, parents and children fit for the Internet. 


Cooperations and partnerships


The Digital Neighborhood is a project of Deutschland sicher im Netz e.V.; the Digital Opportunities Foundation is represented on the project advisory board. The project supports volunteers in becoming secure in their use of the Internet. Online learning opportunities enable volunteers to learn about secure donation management, personal data in social media, or encrypted e-mails. In addition, scouts are trained specifically to provide active advice in the neighborhood and in associations.

In 2017, the Foundation was appointed to the digitalRat.niedersachsen by the Minister President of Lower Saxony to support the Lower Saxony state government in implementing its digitization strategy.


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