Fresh questions emerging from a resurgent #BlackLivesMatter movement

Techfugees have resisted pressure to release a statement on the #BLM movement, but you’ll be able to guess our stance if you’re familiar with us. It’s disgusting that Black Lives Matter has to sear itself across the world’s consciousness once again. Because it’s revolting that the murder of Afro-American people at the hands of police remains an accepted fact of life in the US.

Yet here we are again, though this time it feels different, like a tipping point.


How is coronavirus affecting refugees?

Get our CEO, Joséphine Goube’s, thoughts on how governments are balancing the needs of refugees with the coronavirus. How is technology picking up the slack?


A pivotal moment for Techfugees chapters

Our CEO, Joséphine Goube, recaps a gathering of Techfugees’ chapters representatives from all over the world and unveils our next


Expedia takes a break with Techfugees

At our most recent event, top talent from Expedia Group locations across the world helped improve two projects that will


Stories from Kenya’s forgotten city

Techfugees CEO, Joséphine Goube, reflects on the situation in Kenya’s sprawling Kakuma refugee camp. Migration isn’t a European issue, it


A reality check from Jordan

Our CEO, Joséphine Goube, returns to the camps around Amman to see for herself the daily reality of refugees living


Migration 2084: future perfect?

In a forward-looking exercise for the Maddy Keynote innovation summit, our CEO, Joséphine Goube, returns from her decades-long exile on