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Mar 27, 2020

Hack the Crisis with Copenhagen Capacity

Join this 48h non-profit online hackathon and create solutions to address COVID-19 challenges in Denmark!

Denmark is one of the world’s most digitized countries, acknowledged for its cooperation between academia, NGOs and the public and private sectors. Copenhagen Capacity among others is inviting tech entrepreneurs, social workers, teachers, NGOs, public sector employees, companies, students, retirees – basically everyone in Denmark and abroad who want to help identify and solve challenges that are appearing during the COVID-19 crisis.

They are searching for ideas with a special focus on containment of coronavirus with intent to develop (non-medical) solutions to deal with its aftermath.

What: Online Hackathon

When: April 3-5, 2020

Who: No matter your profession, you are invited to join! Help is needed from experts in all fields and anyone who wants to help from Denmark and around the world to join in on solving challenges regarding COVID-19.

A global challenge requires global solutions and therefore needs collaboration between a wide range of different actors. Participants will be united with mentors, subject matter experts, and data sources to help ideas get off the ground.Read more here >