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UN Global Compact Challenges Companies to Disrupt the Business-As-Usual Mindset

Blockchain startup AID:Tech brings more transparency to NGOs and wins $25,000 investment from Jason Calacanis

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Citi names Tech for Integrity Challenge Winners

Innovation awards: Aid:Tech finds a way to intersect Blockchain with humanitarianism

Irish start-ups punch above their weight, says Techstars’ Max Kelly

London Startups Flock & AidTech announced as semi-finalists for IBM SmartCamp

Awards Celebrate Technology as a Force for Good

HandsOn Startup Tour Europe 2016 announces the 9 winners

Three Regional Fintech Winners Unveiled at Citi Tech for Integrity Challenge in Dublin

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Blockchain in Humanitarian Efforts Leads to Award Nomination

AID:Tech offers Blockchain Solutions to help United Nations and European Commission with Refugee Problems

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Two Irish tech-for-good start-ups bag up to $100,000 each from Dubai fund

Blockchain tech could boost Australian aid

US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

Irish start-up helps deliver food to refugees