By setting up and multiplying coding workshops and boot camps for young people (aged 8 – 24) predominantly inside refugee camps, Refugee Code Week is sustaining tangible and job relevant education interventions across the EMEA region. First announced at the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, Refugee Code Week supports the United Nations New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, which aims to strengthen the economic and social contribution of migrants to their local communities and host countries.
JUNE - SEP
AUG 1 - OCT 15
Refugee Code Week live events across 9 countries
RBK Coding BootKamp in Jordan and Turkey. Re:Coded Coding Camp in Iraq (Erbil) and Turkey (Istanbul and Sanliurfa)
SAP has embraced the view that training workers for a digital economy is our corporate responsibility. Going further, we believe that leading companies have a moral obligation to initiate people into the modern economy, regardless of where they come from.”
Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP SE