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Want to show solidarity with the world's refugees, but not sure how? Your computer, tablet, or phone is a pretty good place to start.
There are over 65 million people worldwide who are currently displaced due to conflict, persecution or natural disasters - that’s more than the population of the whole of the UK. But while the scale of the situation seems overwhelming, there are a huge number of online platforms that make it easier than ever to stay informed and get active.
Researchers have developed a new algorithm that harnesses refugee data in order to better predict the outcome of placements in host countries.
A new study, developed by US and European researchers, claims that data algorithms could be used to much more efficiently place refugees in new communities and jobs.
Chatterbox, a social venture based in the UK, is training refugees to become language teachers.
The UK is home to hundreds of thousands of refugees who have fled war and persecution in their home countries and are looking for a better future. But, despite their high levels of education and their ability to speak (often several) different languages, many of them often struggle to find a job.
Written by Sarah-Indra Jungblut, 13-11-2017
In areas where the internet doesn't reach, or where access has been cut off, FreeCom makes it possible to send and receive crucial messages.
Written by Ana Galan
A Colombian start-up is using drones to improve access to health care for people living in remote areas.
There are still lots of places in the world that are incredibly hard to access due to their difficult landscape and lack of infrastructure. People living in those areas often have to spend hours covering small distances in order to reach basic services such as healthcare.