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20. March 2019

32 Integreat administrators from 22 different municipalities were present at this year’s Integreat Dialogue Forum on the 15th of November in Nuremberg. The exchange between the municipalities was the centrepiece of the conference and was accompanied by some input from the Integreat team. “How can the app be updated in the best possible way?”, “How can accessibility be implemented digitally?” or “How can translation costs be minimized?” The list of questions was long and there were many discussions on current […]

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10. February 2019

Thanks to PeaceTech Lab from Washington D.C. to cover our story in your weekly newsletter. For everybody who isn’t yet subscried, we also have the full story here: Germany’s Road To Integreation Imagine moving to a new country where you don’t speak the local language – How do you contact the immigration office? How do you find an apartment? How do you figure out what opportunities are available to you on the job market or what the school system is […]

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23. January 2019

As one of the few German projects we were on stage at the Techfugees Global Summit 2018. We were the only German team to take home a prize: The 1st place in the category “Access to Rights & Information”. After several jury rounds, the winners of the Techfugees Global Challenge competition were announced at Station F in Paris. The winning projects were selected by an international jury of experts from more than a hundred applications. The competition was open to […]

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11. January 2019

Open Source is one of the basic principles of Integreat, which we are not only committed to, but all team members stand for. All software from the Integreat team is released under free open source licenses. These licenses give all users of the software the right to view, edit, and redistribute the program code. And all this at no cost. Open Source – What is behind it? But Open Source is more than just a theoretical license question for program […]

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8. January 2019

At the beginning of the year, we again increased our personnel. Sven Seeberg-Elverfeldt, who already held the technical management of the Integreat project from January to December 2016, is returning to his old place of work. After two years at the software company SUSE LINUX in Nuremberg, he now takes over the full-time role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Tür an Tür – Digitalfabrik and becomes Technical Director of the Integreat-App. The aim is to push forward innovations and […]

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3. December 2018

For the first time, the industry association bitkom organised the Smart Country Convention in Berlin. Three days were devoted to the topics of digital administration, the new online access law and possible digital tools to make the world a bit more efficient and intelligent. With a stand provided free of charge, we were on site with our team and exchanged ideas with mayors and district councillors. We would also like to thank you for the many impulses, ideas and discussions […]

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