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From 25 to 27 September 2024 in Umbria region in Italy
 
GenderED Coalition will host the 
 


 
Civic Hackathon for feminist online communities!
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Civic Hackathon for feminist online communities!

MIL educators will be given the opportunity to design and create artistic media products or social media campaigns with the support of artists, video makers, photographers, etc.

 

Our international creative teams will gather in a Civic Hackathon and activate strategies in the solution of social challenges at community level, by developing creative media products, creative tools or campaigns. 

 

The challenges will cover the following areas of gender-based discrimination and violence as result of gendered disinformation:

  • monitoring gendered disinformation on social media platforms → acquiring data to better know the problem and its impact on women and girls;

  • challenging gendered disinformation on social media platforms → new patriarchy-free narrative;

  • cancel the impact of misleading and offensive visual and textual representation of women and girls online → support/prevention actions for victims and potential victims. 

Civic Hackathon Format

  1. implemented in IT with participants from Italy, Greece, Bulgaria and France;

  2. hosting up to 10 teams, with 6 to 10 members each - 40 participants;

  3. specific challenges will be announced soon.

  4. the presentation of the teams’ media products or campaigns and the pitching are expected to be done in English to favour the diffusion at international level;

  5. participating teams will be supported by facilitators;

Civic Hackathon  Results

  1.  multimedia/artistic product, OR

  2. a creative tool (being artistic performances promoting counter-narratives and usually to be realised in cooperation at community level), or

  3. contents for a social media campaign;

 

At least 5 products will receive a contribution for the diffusion of the media product or the implementation of the envisaged campaign. The selection will be done together by a Jury with representatives from the Board of Experts and experienced MIL educators.

 

The results of these competitions are expected to inspire and be adopted by other MIL educators, beyond the national borders thanks to the Community of Practice and the final presentation in English. 

Expected n° of participants: 40 overall from different countries (even beyond partners’ ones), including a balanced representation of activists and MIL educators.

Expected n° of produced campaigns: at least 5

The initiative is based on the experiences of the IN-EDU project “Civic Hackathons” and the REInSER project, which share a common approach to activating local actors as agents of change

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