Ambassador Pyatt Announces Refugee Scholarship Program

We wanted to do something to address that problem, which is what brings us to this project, which we are calling “Education Unites: From Camp to Campus.” This is a refugee scholarship program, which is just one part of the United States’ comprehensive effort to support Greece in responding to this refugee emergency that Greece ...
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Hack the Camp Teams Present their Innovative Solutions to Refugee Challenges

Five months after the final competition, teams “RefuGR”, “Refergon,” Co-Producing the Camp, and EterArt presented progress on their projects on Thursday, June 1st 2017 at a special event for hackathon participants, mentors, press and select guests in Impact Hub Athens. Ambassador Pyatt noted “for me, for the U.S. Embassy, this is part of an ongoing ...
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SXSW 2017

The U.S. Embassy Athens partners with Hellenic Initiative and the International Accelerator for the fourth consecutive year to support the participation of promising Greek startups and representatives from the creative and interactive industries to the SXSW (South by Southwest)  festival in Austin, Texas. The Greek startup delegation at SXSW 2017 had two full days presenting their ...
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Hack The Camp: Refugee and Integration Challenges

Friday, October 21 was the first night of  #HackTheCamp  – the hackathon on refugee and integration issues. Ambassador Pyatt addressed the gathered crowd of 130 coders, creative professionals, designers, NGO representatives, and refugees, urging them to help find concrete solutions to the real problems faced by the migrants living in the camps. Teams will have six weeks to develop ...
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