We’re students at universities like Oxford, Cambridge, St Andrews, and Edinburgh who know it’s time to take a stand against the role of technology companies in oppressing migrant communities. We believe that students have the power to dismantle the tech-talent pipeline. Your voice can make a difference in this fight: will you join us?

What We Do

Coordinating student-led research highlighting the role of higher education institutions in housing and enabling violent technology companies;

Equipping future and current tech workers with information they need to hold the technology industry accountable for its complicity in human suffering;

Hosting teach-ins, talks, and workshops for members of the academic and activist community

NoTechFor: University of Cambridge

Demand for computer scientists and engineers has never been greater and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have a role to play in providing corporations with a…

NoTechFor: University of St. Andrews

Higher education institutions (HEIs) play a critical role in enabling the violence produced by technology businesses. In fact, that violence wouldn’t be possible without the…

NoTechFor: (E)U

In recent years the European Union has positioned itself as a champion of the rights of citizens to protect their personal data. With the unveiling…
'Racist Fish' graffiti tagged on the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen. Photo credit to The Local

NoTechFor: Forced Assimilation

Following the terror attack in Denmark of 2015, the state amped up its data analytics capabilities for counter-terrorism within the police and their Danish Security…

NoTechFor: Health Surveillance

The NHS is giving technology businesses access to unprecedented quantities of patient data for processing and analysis in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of…

NoTechFor: Leidos

In deals worth millions, both the UK Home office’s biometric platform and the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are set to gain advantages thanks…
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