How do you bring more than 50 people together, raise funds for a good cause, put in a huge, shared physical challenge and with all that, eventually support refugee and migrant communities through free education? The answer is surprisingly simple: through cycling.
In this short documentary, that will be launched online on World Refugee Day this Sunday, made by Jenny Dinwoodie and sponsored by Lenovo, you can hear the perspectives of various students, volunteers and staff. Be inspired by their stories and find out what MigraCode can mean to you!
In the weekend of the 12th of June, more than 25 cycling fanatics will be riding between 90 and 220 kilometers in the Catalan Pyrenees to raise funding and awareness for our program and the situation of our students. Donate now!
For a period of 12 months, starting in July 2021, MigraCode Barcelona looking for a technical ESC trainee. The position is focussed on web development/programming and knowledge of this is a must for this position.
Do you have a background in web development, but are you also interested in social projects and education? Come work for Migracode Barcelona, the first code academy for refugees and migrants in Barcelona. Make a difference for our students by using both your technical and social skills as Head of Technical Education.
We are urgently looking for people with a legal background to support our students: you could be a lawyer, but also social workers/educators who have experience in writing appeals or have knowledge about asylum processes can definitely help.
Through a combination of monthly workshops, a Slack channel and a WhatsApp group for organizing, sharing materials and asking questions, CodeWomen offers a flexible context for personal support and encouragement.