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Summing Techfugees’ first hackathon in Africa up!


The first Techfugees’ African hackathon took place in Nairobi from the 3rd till the 5th of April 2019 and was… Read More


26 Apr 2019

Posted by Ambre



What’s up in Techfugees’ local chapter in France?


  With Sydney, Oslo and Berlin, Paris has been one of the first cities to take the ball launched by Mike… Read More


25 Apr 2019

Posted by Ambre



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… Read More


15 Apr 2019

Posted by Josephine Goube



Fresh new start on Techfugees chapter in Berlin!


When the Techfugees movement started in London late 2015, techies in Berlin raised their hands up among pioneers cities around… Read More


10 Apr 2019

Posted by Ambre



Recapping the Startup Weekend Dublin Immigration


The weekend of 8-10th March saw Techfugees partnering with Startup Weekend (Google for Startups fellow 👫) to support a 54H… Read More


28 Mar 2019

Posted by Louise Brosset



Meet Arjan & Yama and find their plans for Techfugees in the Netherlands out!


Thanks to local partners, Techfugees already ran two hackathons in the Netherlands in 2016: one in Amsterdam and the other… Read More


21 Mar 2019

Posted by Ambre



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



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