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On 17 November 2021, Aya Burweila, Founder and Director of Code on the Road (COR), spoke at the at Women’s World Majlis organized by the UAE’s Ministry of Tolerance and Coexistence, the UAE Gender Balance Council and the Women’s Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Under the theme “Tolerance and Inclusivity for Women’s Rights and Empowerment,”...
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Code on the Road’s Dissensus project launched its new collective volume in partnership with the Athens office of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. The new edited volume is titled “The Normalization of Extreme Right Discourse in Greece: Gender, Mass media, Armed Forces, the Church” and was prepared under the supervision of Dr Rosa Vasilaki, the Research...
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On Monday, April 12, the Foreign Minister of the Hellenic Republic Nikos Dendias paid a visit to the Greek Community at the Benghazi European School, Code on the Road’s valued partner in Libya.
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On December 3, 2020, our first batch of student graduated from our Entrepreneur 2 Entrepreneur course.
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Fahrinisa Campana writes for The National on how coding bootcamps and programming courses are giving young Iraqis and refugees a way to work remotely. Code on the Road (COR), a Greek registered non-profit, delivers business entrepreneurship lessons to participants’ mobiles, cutting out the need for classroom space and laptops and circumventing conflict. With the current...
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We are thrilled to announce our most recent success story by Batool Alboul from the Ajloun governorate in northern Jordan, specifically from the village of Anjara where she was born and raised. Using what she learned during the Code on the Road (COR) business entrepreneurship course in Amman, Batool Alboul won a European grant to launch a...
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Aya Burweila from Code on the Road (COR) speaks at the COR at SIPRI Forum’s “Technology and Peacemaking in the Arab World”.
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Libyan doctor-turned-tech-CEO Mohamed Aburawi helped develop a telehealth platform so doctors who had left their countries could treat patients back home—now it’s being used to help triage cases in Libya’s fight against COVID-19. Aburawi grew up in Libya, studied medicine and did a surgical internship in Egypt before securing in 2015 scholarship to Harvard Medical...
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On Wednesday 28 August 2019, the Founder and Director of Code on the Road, Aya Burweila, was interviewed by the youth TV show Shar Shabab on Libya’s Channel – قناة ليبيا. to talk about her organization’s goals and plans for Libya. Video of the full interview by Aya Burweila on the Share Shabab show The...
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