We have lots of exciting things to get involved with this Autumn, which you can read about in our latest email, including how to be involved, our autumn social last week, upcoming workshops and events and a job advert! View the email
Full storify of photos and tweets of the event firstname.lastname@example.org FB: Bristol Refugee Hackday Twitter: @BrisRefugeeHD Bristol’s first Hackday to help asylum seekers and refugees through digital technology was a great success. Last weekend a group of people got together at the Trinity Arts Centre, Easton to develop digital tools to help with some of the issues that asylum … More Bristol’s first Hackday to help asylum seekers and refugees through digital technology was a great success
We had such a fun time working hard this weekend at the Bristol Refugee Hackday and we would like to share with you how it went and the projects that we worked on! View the tweets and pictures!
We are so excited from how the first evening went and we can’t wait to get started this morning! If you are joining us today visit our collaboration page! It was an really amazing first evening at the Bristol Refugee Hackday! Ideas to be developed on include Skill sharing platform – matching people with specific skills … More The Bristol Refugee Hackday has begun!
The first Bristol Refugee Hackday will take place on 24th and 25th June in Trinity Arts Centre, as part of Bristol Refugee Festival. It aims to bring those with coding and technical skills, social media and web skills together with those who have experience of the asylum system and the needs of refugees and asylum seekers in Bristol; … More Media Overview
View story at Medium.com Esam has written a post over on Medium about why he thinks asylum seekers and refugees should come along to the hackday.
Yesterday I went to visit a friend in the Bristol Hospitality Network house and in excitedly explaining to his housemate about our ideas for the Bristol Refugee Hackday, he reminded me something we musn’t forget. Donation management tool and advice forms are all nice ideas, but they are a sticking plaster which ultimately doesn’t change … More A wake up call!
This article featuring Techfugees and EmpowerHack and mentioning Her Story حكايتها which I am involved with is a good place to start! Ruth (@Therehn)
EmpowerHack The idea for having a Bristol Refugee Hackday was primarily inspired by a London event called EmpowerHack, a hackathon event and now ongoing collective working on different technical and digital projects focused specifically on the needs of refugee women and girls. Attendees came to the hack from across the UK and beyond. During the first EmpowerHack event there … More Inspiration from other events