Civic hackathons

Civic & social good hackathons facilitate people working together for a cause or a change. Developers, volunteers, entrepreneurs or tech enthusiasts are challenged to identify solutions while connecting with others and contributing to civic innovation.

Apps for Ghent

Welkom op Apps For Ghent, de site voor de Gentse Open Data community. Dit is een samenwerking tussen de Stad Gent, Open Knowledge België en het Ghent Living Lab. Apps for Ghent wil via projecten, events en co-creatie het potentieel van open data in Gent maximaal benutten en de mogelijkheden ervan bij zoveel mogelijk mensen bekend maken.

Code for Philly Launchpad

Our Launchpad is a month-long, hackathon-inspired event that facilitates citizen volunteers working together on civic-focused, open source projects.

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Code Switch

Code Switch is a free, two-day civic hackathon in which community members, designers, project managers, programmers, and people who just want to learn, collaborate intensively on projects that change our community.

Ethiopia Hacks!

Each hackathon will challenge young tech developers to identify prototype solutions to challenges in Ethiopia.

cat-icon Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

EU Datathon

event aiming to further stimulate the use of open data issued by the European Union

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European Hub for Civic Engagement

The European Hub for Civic Engagement is envisioned as a platform where European civil society and its civic tech community connect.

cat-icon Berlin, Germany

g0v bimonthly hackathons

Don’t ask why no one does this, first admit that you are “no one”

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g0v Presidential Hackathon

Presidential Hackathon is an initiative designed for the Taiwanese government to demonstrate its emphasis on open-source data, data utilization, and practice innovation to address the needs of the country in social innovations

cat-icon Taipei, Taiwan Hackathon

The purpose is to solve social problems through technology and promote social progress in the form of projects. Taking open data as an example, through the Open Source Program or Crowd Sourcing, data in different fields are transparent, the problem of information circulation is solved, and the citizen's right to know is expanded.

cat-icon Eaton Hotel Hong Kong, Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

GeoCode (Twin Cities)

Residents, innovators, doers - your governments want your help! Please joingovernments and institutions from across the Twin Cities at the University ofMinnesota on March 5th and 6th for Geo:Code 2.0 - a civic tech event toco-create a better Twin Cities. Register, submit ideas, and learn more at.

Hack League

Hack League is a friendly academic competition that invites all NYC middle and high school students to learn, design, and build projects to help their community.

cat-icon Brooklyn