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Techfugees Cambridge: The tech innovations helping refugees in Calais and beyond


Sue Keogh reports back from the first Techfugees Cambridge Conference, which focused on how we can use technology to find practical… Read More


11 Oct 2016

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Can you help We Love Reading develop their app?


Rana Dajani is looking for a volunteer product manager to help develop the We Love Reading app, being built by… Read More


03 Oct 2016

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Melbourne hackathon continues the spirit of Techfugees Australia


Following the success of the Techfugees hackathon in Sydney in November 2015, in April the Techfugees Melbourne Hackathon brought together developers, designers and… Read More


02 Oct 2016

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Translation through text: How Nowall can help refugees overcome the language barrier


At risk of execution in his home country of Sudan, Adam Sakhr arrived in France seeking asylum without knowing the… Read More


01 Oct 2016

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Techfugees Australia: Finding tech solutions through the magic of collaboration


Around 200 people descended on a suburban library in the Western Sydney suburb of Liverpool on 28/29 November 2015 to… Read More


30 Sep 2016

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Belgrade Techfugees hackathon: How Do You Hack A Disaster?


First, you open the door. When organising Techfugees Belgrade hackathon in April, we were in a specific position: Belgrade is… Read More


03 Sep 2016

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Techfugees Jordan launched with key humanitarian actors


Techfugees Jordan was launched at a Technology Salon organised by Souktel and UNICEF on August 15th at Orange BIG incubator in the… Read More


24 Aug 2016

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Thank you note to Pionneers.io


Pre-acceleration programme Pioneers.io, based in Austria, supports Techfugees’ mission to coordinate the international tech community responses to the needs of… Read More


23 Aug 2016

Posted by Josephine Goube



Techfugees partners with MIT to find and reward tech solutions to refugee needs


Techfugees is partnering with MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab to find and reward tech-driven solutions to refugee needs. The non-profit organisation launched the competition in… Read More


10 Aug 2016

Posted by Josephine Goube



Launch of Techfugees Belgium chapter


Techfugees Belgium emerged from civil society initiatives to help asylum-seekers and refugees in Belgium in autumn 2015, when there was… Read More


22 Jul 2016

Posted by Josephine Goube



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