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Techfugees starts a chapter in Lebanon focused on refugee employment!


Lebanon hosts the largest number of refugees relative to its national population (UNHCR 2018 annual report). There are around 3… Read More


14 Mar 2019

Posted by Ambre



Apply to the second #TF4Women fellowship programme in Paris!


Remember last year, Techfugees and its local chapter in Paris started a pilot programme aimed at supporting the professional inclusion of… Read More


06 Mar 2019

Posted by Ambre



Techfugees first African hackathon is underway in Kenya!


After two years connecting and building a trustful relationship with local stakeholders like IGOs, NGOs, innovators, universities and policy-makers, Techfugees… Read More


21 Feb 2019

Posted by Ambre



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… Read More


19 Feb 2019

Posted by Josephine Goube



Meet Leen!


After more than three years of growth thanks to our dedicated community of volunteers across the world, we would like… Read More


12 Feb 2019

Posted by Ambre



Where & when to get involved with Techfugees?


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… Read More


10 Feb 2019

Posted by Ambre



Meet Yama!


New year, new series! After more than three years of growth thanks to our dedicated community of volunteers across the… Read More


22 Jan 2019

Posted by Ambre



Why we still hack


Join Joséphine Goube, our CEO, as she looks back over our third impact assessment and explains why hackathons are still… Read More


16 Jan 2019

Posted by Josephine Goube



Welcoming New Zealand to the Techfugees Community!


We could not wish for a better start of the year! Today, we are opening a new chapter in New… Read More


15 Jan 2019

Posted by Ambre



Lessons learned from a turbulent year in tech


Joséphine Goube, our CEO, reflects on a year of big challenges for the digital community, and our work making sure… Read More


27 Dec 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



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