About Comundos

Comundos aims to help young adults better develop their own identity, become more emancipated and grow a critical global awareness. In this way, we also want to give these people the ability to participate in an intercultural dialogue and to resonate their challenges worldwide.

1.    Inserting new technologies of communication, media literacy and transversal competences in secondary schools, in teacher training institutes social organizations. 
2.    Empowering the capacity of organizations and social movements for systematizing their experiences.
3.    Creating visibility actions to a broader network making it possible to exchange experiences between South/South/North cooperation.


Comundos vzw

Ruimtevaartstraat 8 - 2800 Mechelen

Registration: 0553.891.873

Hans Vanderspikken
Gérard Verhelst
Bart Vetsuypens

Account in Belgium :
BE11 1030 2973 8248


Today, most countries do have access to ICT, but often lack a decent strategic and educational plan to help people benefit from these modern technologies. This means that a lot of students are still deprived of access to (objective) information. This is where Comundos steps in, making the world of ICT accessible to remote areas in the South. Through education and discussion, we aim to increase the development of personal identities, the emancipation of youth and the creation of a critical view on both the global and local situation.

We do this by letting both students and educators become acquainted with ICT and by learning them how to tell their story digitally. At the same time we stimulate online exchanges of their stories through an Internet Platform covering multiple schools and organisations, both domestic and abroad (e.g. schools in Belgium).

"Discover how Comundos gives young people a voice. Through digital storytelling, young people and their educators do not only learn how to work with media, but also how to produce personal digital stories by themselves. This increases their media literacy skills and gives them the opportunity to show their own world, which usually remains hidden."