Techfugees chapter in Ireland was launched at the Creative Minds hackathon that took place on 14-16 October 2016 at the Dublin City University (DCU) Ryan Academy in partnership with the U.S. Embassy and Intel.
Techfugees Ireland is focused on developing solutions to empower refugees with technology and promote refugee inclusion, integration and self-reliance.
📰 Read all the Techugees’ news here
- March 2019: Recapping the Startup Weekend Dublin Immigration
- October 2019: New team and new projects for Techfugees in Ireland!
🗓 Take a look at the Techfugees global calendar here
2020, March 12th: TF Ireland @Tech for Good: Refugee Rights Meetup
⏮2019, November 14th: Meet Suad at the Dublin Book Festival
⏮ 2019, October 21st: Techfugees Ireland is back with a meetup in Dublin!
⏮ 2019, March 8th > 10th: Startup Weekend Immigration Hackathon
⏮ 2017, April 24th: Projection of Requiem for Aleppo
⏮ 2016, October 14th > 16th: Creative Minds Hackathon
The Core Team
Techfugees Ireland is currently led by:
Suad Al Darra, Dublin
Suad is a Syrian data scientist resettled in Ireland. She is the Founder of the Refugees Are project which won the Social Inclusion Global Challenges 2018 of Techfugees. She picked up the torch of the Irish Chapter of Techfugees in 2019.
Get in touch with Suad on Twitter!
🙏 We would like to warmly thank Lye Ogunsanya who led the Techfugees community in Ireland since its birth in 2016.
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Stay in touch
📣 Follow Techfugees Ireland on Twitter!