Hackaton for Peace, Justice and Security – 2nd edition

The Municipality of The Hague invites you to hack for Peace, Justice and Security. This is the second edition of our hackathon, and this year is even bigger and better.

Use your skills to help organisations such as the UNICRI Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Translators Without Borders and the National Rapporteur for Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Children to solve real world problems. Work with teams to understand interesting data sets and build solutions for global challenges.

 

Challenge owners:

 

UNICRI Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
The UNICRI Centre for AI and Robotics was created to enhance understanding of the risk-benefit duality of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics through improved coordination, knowledge collection and dissemination, awareness-raising and outreach activities. It was formed in 2017 and is a part of UNICRI – the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute. The Centre is based in The Hague.

Read more about this challenge here.

Translators Without Borders
Translators without Borders is a non-profit organization offering language and translation support for humanitarian and development agencies, and other non-profit organizations on a global scale. It has translated over 50 million words for non-profit organizations in more than 190 language pairs, as part of humanitarian crisis response, and health and education programming.

Read more about this challenge here.

The National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children
The National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children is an independent research organisation that reports on the nature and extent of human trafficking and sexual violence against children in the Netherlands, and on the effects of the government policies pursued.

Read more about this challenge here.

510 Red Cross – The Netherlands
510 is an initiative of the Netherlands Red Cross. Its mission is to shape the future of humanitarian aid by converting data into understanding, and put it in the hands of humanitarian relief workers, decision makers and people affected, so that they can better prepare for and cope with disasters and crises.

Read more about this challenge here.

Space4Good
Space4Good aims to understand natural and human phenomena with a view from above which enables them to arrive at data-driven decisions based on satellite technologies and other geodata sources.  By observing and analyzing these events from space, Space4Good measures and evaluates their impact on society or the environment – for good or for bad.

Read more about this challenge here.

 

For more info on the challenges: www.hackathonforgood.org
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