Education for everyone. For free.
We want to make high quality professional development accessible to everyone around the world.
Education should be free, available and accessible. Those sentiments from article 26 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights rang so true for us that we named our initiative after the article. We created Article 26 to build a platform that connects global companies, NGOs, NPOs, educational institutions and most importantly: learners.
Our CSR initiative is based on the 17 Sustainability Goals developed by the UN for Agenda 2030, to be precise: sustainability goals
We are creating a global education platform where global companies, NGOs, learners and educational institutions can meet.
Education should be free, available and accessible. Article26 is bridging the gap between industries, NGOs, and edcucational institutions by fostering a collaborative environment that values shared knowledge at all levels and creates and inclusive network for everyone involved as one community striving for educational excellence.
Article26 is developing a critical mass of skilled IT professionals in Africa.
By offering free access to the LMS and high-quality, certified eLearning, Article26 is dedicated to contributing toward sustainable development in developing countries.
Our self-paced eLearning provides comprehensive training on topics such as project management, agile product development, and IT service management (PRINCE2/Scrum/ITIL4), with more training being offered over time.
Article26 aims to bring together experts in the field of education and provide quality, accessible learning opportunities for
We are bridging the gap between industries, NGOs, and educational institutions by fostering a collaborative environment that values shared knowledge at all levels and creates an inclusive network for everyone involved as one community striving for educational excellence.
By offering free access to the learning management system and high-quality, international certified e-learnings, Article26 is dedicated to contributing toward sustainable development in developing countries.
Our self-paced e-learnings provide comprehensive training on topics such as
We also use a "train-the-trainer" approach through mentoring from our own trainers for local stakeholders in order to build an independent future of progress.
What sounds like every recruiters dream candidate is actually our origin story.
Our parent company Maxpert is an accredited training house and market leader in Germany, advising international companies like SAP and Deutsche Bank on the use of project management, service management and agile methods.
By recognizing the North-South divide between countries, we are motivated to achieve a worldwide balance. We offer resources and empower nations in the Global South to become self-sufficient.