The coding schools
The core of our program are the various code schools throughout Europe. These are the organisation that offer free education to migrants and refugees (and sometimes also to other communities) and that share large parts of their curriculas among each other.
OPEN CULTURAL CENTER
We are a non-profit organisation active in Spain and Greece. Together with our volunteers we work to support the refugee & migrant community. All our work is carried out in close collaboration with our local and international partners.
SOCIAL HACKERS ACADEMY
At Social Hackers Academy we provide a targeted education in software engineering to vulnerable groups. In particular, we teach people how to become web developers with the aim of finding them employment when they graduate.
MADRID FOR REFUGEES
Founded in 2015, Madrid For Refugees (MFR) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to helping and empowering those in the local community who are: individuals who find themselves in the status of being a refugee, asylum seekers, stateless, and migrants in need of international protection and/or at risk of social exclusion. MFR focuses on improving social integration and employability.
HACK YOUR FUTURE BRUSSELS
Our 8-month program is divided into 12 modules. The last module is a 6-weeks intensive Final Project where students work on a real project with a real partner. Our training takes place at BeCentral (Brussels) every Sunday. During the week, students are supported online in their self-study, homework and peer learning.
Coders without borders is Web Development course in which students learn the basics of programming so that they can be prepared for potential employment opportunities with IT companies.
HACK YOUR FUTURE AMSTERDAM
HackYourFuture is a free 7-month web development program for talented refugees and other disadvantaged groups with limited access to education and the labor market.
Konexio began in 2016 as a series of community workshops serving Paris’ immigrant-dense neighborhoods where the digital divide puts society’s most vulnerable people at high risk of unemployment. Through tech training and community building, Konexio promotes the inclusion of refugees and disadvantaged populations in the workforce.
CODE YOUR FUTURE LONDON
CodeYourFuture (CYF) is a UK based non-profit organisation that trains some of the most deprived members of society to become web developers and helps them to find work in the tech industry. CYF students are trained in full-stack web development by volunteers from the tech industry, putting a strong emphasis on collaboration and product development through tech projects.
INFORMATICI SENZA FRONTIERE
In a changing world, ISF offers a smarter, more sustainable and more supportive use of technology. Its members offer their time, skills, experience and passion for ICT to carry out non-profit projects, favouring contexts of marginalisation and emergencies, in Italy and in the developing countries.
HACK YOUR FUTURE COPENHAGUE
HackYourFuture Copenhague supports refugees, asylum seekers and disadvantaged groups with limited access to further education and the Danish labour market with free education.
Part of our European alliences, we do not only involve code schools, but also other profit and non-profit organisations that have experience with education, technology and other related sectors.
An important part of the association programs is the direct research and monitoring activity on specific aspects of the dissemination and use of ICT. Among the projects in which AICA participates, an important place is occupied by the European Projects , projects co-financed by the European Commission in various Community Programs.
Cyprus Computer Society
The Cyprus Computer Society (CCS) is a professional, scientific and independent non-profit organization, founded in 1984 with the aim of developing, upgrading and promoting the IT sector in Cyprus. CCS seeks to set high standards among industry professionals, recognizing the impact that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has on employment, business, society and the quality of life of the citizen.
The main area of our activities encompasses EU-funded projects. Our expertise allows us to cover the entire project life cycle: from preparing an application, through coordination and financial aspects, all the way to reporting and dissemination. We specialize in initiatives addressed at the youth.
We are a Training and Employment Agency born from the Chambers of Trade will: a combination that allows us to offer growth paths, training, professionalization and employment programs. We work both on national and international levels driven by the desire of transferring useful knowledge to people, businesses and territories.
We are a non-profit organisation located in Stockholm, Sweden. We offer free practical skills courses to asylum-seekers to empower the target group to find employment and achieve financial independence. The association Framtidståget was founded in 1997. We are an idea-driven and professional business with people in focus. We conduct psychosocial work and want to contribute to the benefit of society and be a creative force in treatment and change work.
We seek to transform the world from our small contribution. Our projects are full of passion and always seek social change. We were born by and for Europe, all our projects are embedded within the European culture. We promote the cultural diversity of its peoples bearing in mind that unity is strength.
Although they are not official part of the alliances, the below companies have dedicated themselves to support our alliences to reach our objectives through hiring and other Corporate Social Responsibility opportunities.
We support the growth of open ecosystems that create opportunities for everyone to participate. We support open ecosystems that Build economic opportunities, Solve complex problems, and Enable everyone to participate and co-create their own value.
We deliver innovative 360 solutions that help companies adopt new technologies to enhance their productivity and processes. The mission of Plain Concepts is to offer customized, innovative and attractive solutions to meet all kinds of digital needs, incorporating the latest technology available.
We team up with our clients to understand their needs and offer them the best digital talent. We have 20 years of experience selecting top tier digital professionals in Latin America and Europe. We understand that each organization has unique needs and that it seeks for change agents for its digital transformation, which is why we have personalized, efficient and flexible processes.
Benelux / Belgium
Over the last three decades, we’ve helped people and organisations use technology to transform how they work, live and play. Over the next decade, we have a generational opportunity to come together to build a better future marked by sustainable economic growth and opportunity for all. On the pages of this site, we share relevant resources and learnings along with the journeys of our customers and partners working towards a Benelux which is more competitive, innovative and fair.
Glovo is a Spanish start-up founded in Barcelona in 2015. It is a technology platform part of the gig economy which brings together restaurants and shops offering products, users buying these products and freelance couriers delivering the products.
By designing and producing useful, original, seamless and memorable user experiences, we build loyalty with audiences. Beyond this, we support wider business ambitions, helping our clients to develop strategies and harness technology to drive their own growth and success.
Webhelp thrives on making a difference in the lives of people and businesses. Webhelp brings together passionate, fun-loving people and gives outstanding services, from customer experience, contact centre, payment, enterprise and moderation to software solutions, data analysis and back office support.
Comeos represents Belgian trade and services. Our members are active in eighteen sectors and sell to companies or directly to consumers. Together, our sectors account for 11.2 percent of GDP and employ 400,000 people, making trade the largest private sector employer.