Projects


#HacktheCamp: The creative marathon to find sustainable solutions to refugee issues in Greece


By Lida Tsene After three intensive days of presentations and cooperation with their #HackTheCamp mentors, ten teams of programmers, refugees,… Read More


22 Jun 2017

Posted by Alice Piterova



Catching up with promising startups from Techfugees Australia


By Annie Parker With Techfugees chapters located in dozens of cities around the world, there’s a lot happening. We catch up… Read More


22 Jun 2017

Posted by Alice Piterova



Can you help Project Elpis increase the impact of their solar hubs?


By Samuel Kellerhals Project Elpis has developed six solar-powered hubs, which are charging 18,000 phones per month in Greece. The goal… Read More


23 Jun 2017

Posted by Alice Piterova



How Technology Can Empower Local Refugee Communities Webinar with Cities of Migration


Techfugees joined Cities of Migration online on November 23 for a conversation with Alan Vernon, Project Lead, Connectivity for Refugees, UNHCR, UN Refugee… Read More


29 Nov 2016

Posted by Josephine Goube



Refugee Education: 15 questions to consider


Julia Citron, Techfugees Education advisor, set out to compile a database of refugee education initiatives to help innovators discover what’s… Read More


19 Nov 2016

Posted by Alice Piterova



Refugee learners’ needs: framework of questions


Julia Citron, Techfugees Education advisor, has put together 15 questions to help define refugee learner groups and a database of… Read More


24 Nov 2016

Posted by Alice Piterova



The student-led project that aims to help forced migrants’ integrate into their host country


In 2015, 65.3 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of conflict, generalised violence, or human rights violations…. Read More


01 Aug 2016

Posted by admin



Meet the Techies: Helping refugees in Calais stay connected


This is the first in a series of stories to meet the people behind projects that connect refugees to life-saving… Read More


12 Jul 2016

Posted by Lucy Spencer



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