may 21 - 23 2021
#women #technology #security
1st online Czech-Israeli hackathon
Let’s meet, let’s think and let’s develop solutions for important problems that surround us.
stay tuned for more info...it's coming!
wanna know more about the hackathon? check out our webinar.
wanna learn more about platforms where we communicate? check out this webinar.
1) This morning's session kicked off with an intro meeting - we got to know each other, introduced the platforms, and basically kicked off the hackathon in style with a virtual breakfast. You can find the recording of the session here
The rest of the day: getting to know the platforms and each other, relaxing, thinking about what you'll hack about over the weekend!Saturday:
1) 8-8:30pm CET: Kick off meeting2) 9-10pm session with mentors (they will be assigned to you in the monday.com platform before 8pm)3) 10pm-morning - hacking
1) 10-11am CET - Sara's hackathon clinic - answering questions, helping to direct projects, general support2) 12-13 pm CET - session with mentors (they have been assigned to you the previous day)3) 3-3:30pm CET - Checkpoint on the zoom here to see how you're getting on and if you need any last minute help4) 5pm - deadline to submit projects in Monday.com in your dedicated team5) 5:15-6pm - judges meet on this zoom link here to judge projects using this table6) 6:30-7:30 pm CET - awards ceremony
Criteria for hackathon:
We'll be judging you on the following:
TECHNOLOGY (Engineering skill demonstrated, quality code)DESIGN (attention to aesthetics, interaction and user interface)BUSINESS (meets a customer need, potential to be a business)PRESENTATION (clarity of written and oral presentation)INSPIRATION (How much we love and are excited about the idea)Whether you have a video, a PDF, a website, we don't mind - as long as we can see all these 5 points somehow represented
You can pick either of the two tracks, and we are excited to see the results!If you have any outstanding questions, please message email@example.com
Many thanks! And remember, you don't have to be a programmer to have great results.
welcome to the 1st online Czech-Israeli hackathon!
This 24-hour online event will focus on brainstorming, creating new ideas and developing technological solutions for two alarming issues.
sexual harassment in the academic environment
The topic brought up by the Czech side, represented by Konsent NGO, which has long been dedicated to solving the problem of sexual harassment.
violence against children
Topic brought by the Israeli side and represented by Azrieli College and Hadassah Academic College.
Let’s meet, let’s think and let’s develop solutions for two important problems that surround us. You can understand this as a gathering of people who care about mentioned issues and people who know how to tame technology. It will be intensive, creative and meaningful. Let’s prove that technology can do for humanity more than just wash our clothes, give us Netflix or concerns whether it would take over the world. Technology and innovations can help us solve deeply embedded socio-cultural problems that can affect each and every one of us.
We aim to set up mechanisms to prevent and solve sexual abuse and harassment in university settings. Our goal is to build a safe, intuitive and informative web platform for victims to address their issue.
Sexual harassment at universities is unfortunately a common issue that afflicts both Israeli and Czech academic environment. Sexual harassment is creating a hostile environment and affects both physical and mental health of students, their self-perception, and study productivity. This is exacerbated by victim-blaming and a frequent issue of victims facing consequences for reporting harassment instead of creating a solution and an appropriate penalty for the offender. About 40% of interviewed students experienced sexual harassment or abuse at university. This can lead to lower engagement with academia or dropping their studies altogether.
Join us in establishing relevant goals and implement solutions to prevent harm, create strong support systems and make recognizable tools, to combat this head on. It’s past time!Our children deserve to live without fear.
The issue of violence towards children, particularly sexual assault and attacks, are still a taboo topic. Unfortunately, it is not a new issue and it has been “swept under the rug” for generations. The statistics show, one in five children are victims of violence. It is past time that we as a society stand up and say “No” to these offenses, “No” to turning a blind eye and “No” to the lack of liability and accountability. This is a disease that needs to be eliminated and it starts today.
Do you want to be a part of the solution, create a better, safer and happier world? We are looking for teams, individuals, mentors and supporters.
Get your friends together, think of an idea or a solution to one of the issues. No worries, if you miss a technological specialist or idea maker, we can lend you some.
No team? No problem. You can be a part of the hackathon individually, you can join an existing team or create one on the spot.
Do you have the skills, knowledge and determination to support our teams? Great, we’d love that! You can also become a mentor!
21 - 5 | 9AM - 11AM warm-up, fun and prep Shabbat break 22 - 5 | 8PM for 24 hours
Some interesting people whose ideas and skills you might want to make use of / share. They will be available over the hackathon and many more will be joining us...stay tuned!
Sara Polak - Prg.ai, PaioneersVanda Horáčková Seidelová - Twigsee - Czech Women Startup of the Year 2020 Katalin Ertsey - Diplomat for Science and Innovation, Hungarian Embassy Jamie Freeman - Martial Arts Prague Kateřina Jacques Bursíková – Sněmovní 7 co-work Valery Senichev - Educamp Dana Malcová - VŠE Marimar del Mar Sklarzik – Real estate Karin Genton l’Epée - Francie, Coach Ivan Koblev - Facilitator, entrepreneur, trainer at KonsentJohanna Nejedlová - journalist, founder and directress of Konsent NGO
Those who you can amaze with your ideas and solutions. The number of the jury members will increase as the hackathon approaches.
Olga Richterová - Vice-Chairwoman, Pirate PartyDanuše Nerudová - Rector at Mendel University in BrnoPetr Kovařík - General Director, Prague ChocolatePhilip Staehelin DOT GlassesZuzana Rathouská - Coordinator of project Respect at Universities
sponsors and partners
Institutions, companies and people who kindly decided to support our cause.
VŠE UNYPCEVRO InstitutMendel University in Brno Israeli Embassy in Prague Pražská čokoláda Frusack Rotary Club Prague International Bistro PaprikaThis Hackathon takes place under the auspices of the city council of Prague
support the cause
Want to become a sponsor of the hackathon?
For those who can’t participate but want to support the cause you can donate to Konsent <3
Interview with Linda >>>> HERE
Public debate >>>> HERECevro Institut: Czech-Israeli Women Accelerator >>>> HERE