The conflict in Syria and the ongoing violation of human rights and poverty in Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, as well as Kosovo are leading people to search for a better future outside of their home countries. There is an increasing need to prepare all adult education providers (AEPs) in the most affected EU countries to initiate relevant programmes with the newly arrived migrants and refugees. Living in a digital era, digital tools are necessary for developing social, civic, intercultural competences, media literacy, combating discrimination and segregation, as well as reducing disparities in learning outcomes affecting learners with disadvantaged backgrounds. The “Digital Inclusion” Project aims to provide AEPs with digital tools for education and training of new migrants arrivals so as to improve their basic skills and key competences for better inclusion to the EU society on the basis of transnational cooperation.