#UNITE 2030: Hack for the #SDGs

 

 

 APPLICATION PROCESS

Please visit the official website.
Application Deadline: December 1, 2018

Eligible Regions: Open for All

UNITE 2030 is a virtual, 2-day hackathon for the Sustainable Development Goals.

The mission of Unite 2030 is to unite the next generation of world changers in order to ignite social change by turning their passion into action.
UNITE 2030 is an experience, not just a competition. It’s emotional, exciting, collaborative, and will change your outlook on the world!
It all started on the 7th and 8th of April, 2018, when 100 world-changers from 57 different countries gathered virtually for a 48-hour competition to tackle the SDGs. Because of the massive success of UNITE 2030, we decided to make it bigger! We have recently announced dates for the next TWO UNITE 2030 events.
How It Works: Worldchangers from around the globe will virtually convene for a 48-hour Hackathon competition. Worldchangers will be split up into teams of 4-5 based on the social issues that they’re passionate about. Teams will then be presented with a global challenge that they must solve within the presented time frame. Throughout the 48 hours, Worldchangers will watch workshops hosted by world-class experts, work closely with their team to quickly, and diligently address the challenge, Teams will then present their solutions within the framework that we provide. Judges will select finalists, and the winners, who will take home the title of UNITE 2030 Global Champions 2018.
UNITE 2030: Equal Opportunity for All focuses on SDGs 4 + 5 and takes place on the 30th of June – 1st of July.
UNITE 2030: Hack for the Planet focuses on SDGs 12, 13, 14, + 15 and takes place on the 1st – 2nd of September.
Please note that while UNITE 2030 is 95% funded, and require a small payment to ensure that you actually turn up to the event!

 

Location:

Online

 Benefits

  • Work with a team of emerging world-changers on developing innovative solutions to critical international challenges;
  • Connect with a network of young people passionate about solving the SDGs;
  • Gain knowledge and insight into what it takes to develop a world-changing idea from the ground up;
  • Attend workshops throughout the event on essential topics for changing the world;
  • The chance to win prizes such as acceptance to IDHouse’s 2018 Youth Delegate Programme

 Eligibilities

  • You must be between 18-30 years old by the end date of the programme.
  • You must be fluent in English.
  • It’s essential to have Fluency in English so you’re able to communicate with your team effectively. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
  • You have access to a computer (with a working microphone and speakers) for the duration of the event.
  • The organizer doesn’t care if you borrow someone else’s computer, or where you are. But it’s essential to be able to collaborate with your teammates effectively, and having access to a computer is a part of that. If you don’t have access to a computer, you won’t get as much out of it. Please – do NOT log on from your phone or tablet.
  • You must have access to strong WiFi.
  • Imagine how bummed out your team would be if they weren’t able to speak to you because you kept cutting out! Make sure that you’re in an area with good WiFi for the duration of the event.
  • You must have a passion for global change and a willingness to learn.
  • Flexibility and collaboration are essential for your success in UNITE 2030. You’ll be meeting others from all over the world. Don’t be afraid to talk to someone you don’t know, take a leadership role, or take risks. It’ll be worth it in the end.
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