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A new golden age for data ethics?


Recent weeks have seen intense scrutiny on how tech companies use our data. We caught up with our CEO, Joséphine… Read More


25 May 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Hear from our chapters around the world


The past two weeks have seen our CEO, Joséphine Goube, catching up with Techfugees chapters around the world to see… Read More


18 Apr 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Laying the foundations for tomorrow’s workforce


We caught up with our CEO, Joséphine Goube, for the latest updates on some of Techfugees’ international projects, in her… Read More


09 Apr 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Opening minds at SXSW


Over the past fortnight, our CEO, Joséphine, has been spotlighting our work via the grand stage of the South by… Read More


23 Mar 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Lessons learned from Grande Synthe and Calais


The last two weeks have provided our CEO, Joséphine Goube, with more insights into how Europe is responding to the… Read More


10 Mar 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Community-building, Facebook groups, and Techfugees’ Women Refugee Fellowship


We caught up with our CEO, Joséphine Goube, to find out what Techfugees has been up to over the past… Read More


22 Feb 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Good news from Jordan to Norway


We caught up with our CEO, Joséphine Goube, to find out what Techfugees has been up to over the past two… Read More


13 Feb 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



2017: Year in Review, and Looking Ahead


Behind every step we take as an organisation lies a lot of strategy, networking, and old-fashioned hard work. We caught… Read More


03 Jan 2018

Posted by Josephine Goube



Donate to Techfugees & enable deployment


Hi this is Mike, Just over a year ago, sickened by the idea that refugees were dying in the 21st Century,… Read More


05 Nov 2016

Posted by Mike Butcher



Josephine Goube new COO of Techfugees, as the team grows globally


Josephine Goube

What’s happened in the last few months has been astounding. From the day I created a simple Facebook group and Twitter feed in September to today, we’ve had two major conferences in London, a day-long global live stream, multiple hackathons in many cities and countries, name-checks at the highest levels (e.g. Syria Donors Conference) and a burgeoning number of Techfugees “Chapters” have mushroomed around the world (in fact, so fast we have barely had time to update the web site!). We’ve engaged with major NGO agencies and caught the attention of the global media.

It would be a shame if all that good will petered out into nothing, when we know in our heart of hearts that technology has an enormous amount to bring to the refugee situation either in terms of empowering them directly or empowering the agencies that try to help them, from the beginning of their journey to their integration into a new country.
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01 Apr 2016

Posted by Mike Butcher



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