Our dedicated community of ambassadors worldwide organises regular meetups, conferences, workshops and hackathons gathering refugee and non-refugee key players of the local ecosystem or just curious minds. Engineers, designers, developers, social entrepreneurs, humanitarians, corporates, investors… Every single one of you is more than welcome 🤗
There, we will share knowledge, resources and network to ideate and prototype solutions addressing displaced people’s needs according to our 8 Guiding Principles and within our 5 priority areas of work.
📝 Read our CEO’s #TFBlog “Why we still hack”
Get involved! Here are the next events planned across our global network:
🇫🇷 Techfugees France’s second meet up as part of the #TF4Women fellowship programme – Paris 2019: what does it concretely mean “working in the digital field”?
Thursday 18th April (6:30 pm) @ Paris, France
🇪🇸 Techfugees Barcelona Hackathon
May, Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th @ Barcelona, Spain
🇳🇿 Techfugees New Zealand First Hackathon!
May, Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th @ Wellington, New Zealand
As part of the 2019 Techweek NZ, Techfugees NZ organises its first hackathon: Koraunui Stokes Valley Hackathon.
Our local chapters in France, Australia, Netherlands or Denmark are also cooking some awesome events.
🇬🇧 Techfugees Cambridge’s second casual Sunday Meetup!
Sunday 14th April (10 am) @ Cambridge, UK
🇰🇪 Techfugees Kenya Hackathon
From Wednesday 3rd to Friday 5th April @ Nairobi, Kenya
👉 Registrations for hackers are closed now but tickets for attendees are still available HERE!
Do you want to support the attendance of 5 refugees from Turkana? MAKE A DONATION 💸
🇫🇷 #TF4Women fellowship programme’s presentation meeting by Techfugees France
Thursday 28th March (6:30 pm) @ Paris, France
🇬🇧 Techfugees Cambridge Meet up
Sunday 10th March (am) @ Cambridge, UK
🇮🇪 Techfugees Ireland x Startup Weekend Hackathon
From Friday 8th to Sunday 10th March @ Dublin, Ireland
🇳🇿 Techfugees New Zealand Inaugural Meet-up
February, Tuesday 12 (pm), @Wellington – New Zealand
In the first meet-up Chapter Co-Leads, Rochelle Stewart-Allen and Jude Opira Bidong, will be introducing how Techfugees runs, some of the fab initiatives happening around the globe, and their plans for the NZ Chapter. There’ll also be exciting news about their first scheduled hackathon on 6-7 April 2019 in Wellington! They can’t wait to meet everyone and share their enthusiasm for how they can work together to empower displaced people and former refugees with technology.
🖇 New Zealand joined the Techfugees community last January, read the kick-off article!
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