Projects


Chatterbox: a language tutoring platform delivered by refugees


Refugees with advanced degrees and valuable skills face shocking levels of unemployment or underemployment worldwide. The continual bubbling of negative… Read More


27 Nov 2017

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An update from ‘We Answer’


WE ANSWER: WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE LAST 2 MONTHS? Since the Techfugees Hackathon, the We Answer Team have not… Read More


27 Jun 2017

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Requiem for Aleppo – a roaring success


Sunday evening, saw the world premiere of David Cazalet’s composition Requiem for Aleppo, at Sadler’s Wells in central London. The… Read More


26 Apr 2017

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Techfugees live streaming Requiem for Aleppo from 14 locations across the world


Techfugees is proud to announce it has partnered with Requiem for Aleppo, a brand new contemporary dance work created and… Read More


05 Apr 2017

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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


05 Feb 2017

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Winners of TC Disrupt Hackathon will help refugees with education, identity and social inclusion


The TechCrunch Disrupt London Hackathon was the launchpad for three ideas, which will help refugees with social inclusion, access to… Read More


10 Dec 2016

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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


28 Nov 2016

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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


04 Nov 2016

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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


30 Jun 2016

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Project Elpís offering hope for refugees with free renewable energy


Elpís is the Greek for hope. This is what two students from Edinburgh University are trying to give to refugees… Read More


15 Jun 2016

Posted by Josephine Goube



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