We create innovative educational environments to facilitate learning and take it as far as the learners want through their ideas and projects, involving the acquisition of technical and transversal abilities. Participants learn about technology while being reflective on its usage and impact in society.
Re:Hacks are events which focus on developing ideas in order to solve social issues while also improving creativity, problem-solving, teamwork and empathy. Ideas are then further developed into business ventures, nonprofits or community services.
The Re:Start Association started as a project in 2017 hosted by the Center for Research & Interdisciplinary (CRI). Re:Start began its activity opening a space to refugees and asylum seekers to learn highly demanded skills in order to promote their inclusion into the tech industry. Currently, we're continuing to co-create opportunities with newcomers in France; holding workshops and events to build digital, transversal and social skills, while being creative, playful and reflective.