How can innovation solve the world’s most pressing humanitarian issues?

We intend to find out. Be part of the solution at the Humanitarian Innovation Hackathon.

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Ron Johnston

Humanitarian Innovation Hackathon

DATE: 16-18 AUGUST 2019

The Humanitarian Innovation Hackathon is a weekend-long event, taking place in Sydney, NSW. This event is designed for university students to work collaboratively in cross-discipline teams to create technology-driven solutions for pressing humanitarian challenges. Participants will be asked to identify practical solutions for real and current problems that are submitted by the humanitarian disaster organisation, RedR Australia.

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2019 INFORMATION KIT

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Sydney Women’s College

The University of Sydney, 15 Carillon Ave, Newtown NSW 2042

 

Friday night access via Main Entrance: The event will be held in the Menzie’s Common Room.

 

Saturday & Sunday access via Sibyl Centre Entrance. The event will be held in the Sibyl Centre.

 

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RedR Disaster RELIEF

We’ve teamed up with the international humanitarian response agency, RedR Australia. Find out more about who they are and the important work they do. 

 

WHO IS PROFESSOR RON JOHNSTON?

Professor Ron Johnston, Executive Director of the Australian Centre for Innovation (ACIIC), is one of Australia’s leading thinkers about the future.

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