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Tech4Refugees Hack a SUCCESS

The Resilience Collective participated in the Tech4Refugees Hackathon during this year’s Open Geneva Festival, to help bolster innovation and digital skill in migrant and refugee youth. On March 23rd and 24th five diverse teams engaged both online and in person at the University of Geneva’s FacLab, with the goal of designing a learning journey that leverages the potential of Fab Labs and Resilience Innovation Facilities to empower vulnerable youth in migration or humanitarian contexts. The exercise was co-organized by InZone, Centre Universitaire Informatique, Terre des hommes Lausanne, IEEE_CAS and the Fab Foundation. Several Resilience Collective members participated in the two day… Read More »Tech4Refugees Hack a SUCCESS

March 2022 Newsletter

Hello everyone and welcome to the second newsletter of the Resilience Collective! Before speaking about what is happening in our RIFs, we cannot start this newsletter without thinking about our colleagues in Ukraine. It is indeed with sadness that we have heard of the closure of the two Terre des hommes (Tdh) Fab Labs on the spot. Unfortunately, we have little information to pass on to you at this time. However, what we can say is that the number one priority for Tdh remains the protection of the teams on site. For this, Tdh has set up a task force… Read More »March 2022 Newsletter

Tech4Refugees Hack!

The Tech4Refugees Hack! is a hackathon organized by InZone, Terre des Hommes, the Resilience Collective, the FabFoundation, Centre Universitaire Informatique, and IEEE-CASS. The two-day event will bring minds together from across the globe with the aim of exploring and highlighting digital fabrication (FabLab) communities in refugee and humanitarian contexts. Taking a people- and needs-based approach surrounding refugees, displaced people, and migrants, the hackathon will explore the creation of a learning journey, of which will be further explored and implemented to educate, empower, raise their voices, and arm them with the necessary skills to succeed.  As the effects of digital fabrication… Read More »Tech4Refugees Hack!

GyŐr Lab, Hungary update

December 2021 and January 2022 was a busy period at the Győr RIF space.
Despite the holidays approaching, various workshops were organized in the Győr lab where at least fifty children and youth attended. While several of the workshops were one-offs with children and youth who were visiting the facility for the first time, others were part of a series which had started in early November.

January 2022 Newsletter

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News of the Resilience Collective January 2022 / Newsletter Hello ! Welcome to the new Resilience Collective newsletter. Happy New Year to all! Let 2022 be a beautiful and innovative year. But stay cautious and positive, and remember that together we are always stronger. Here, you will learn about the latest developments and newcomers to our Collective. You will also be able to find out what we are doing within the RIFs and who are the champions of innovation and resilience. First of all, maybe you’re wondering what the Resilience Collective is. No worries, we’ll explain! We are an international… Read More »January 2022 Newsletter