24-hour Thinkathon: Toronto/Frankfurt - Culture&Entertainment
Do you want to shape our inclusive digital future by building on technical advancements? We’ll make sure your voice is heard! - This project is funded by the European Union -
This challenge is open to young adults between 18-30 in Canada and Europe
Shape the culture & entertainment of tomorrow!
The preservation of shared cultural heritage and the promotion of the arts and creative industries has been a key focus point for policymakers both at the European and international level. From a current perspective, entertainment and culture go hand in hand with media and digital technology – and raise significant opportunities and challenges with regard to content sharing, cultural recognition and promotion.
Connect with driven young people from Europe and Canada and develop ideas for our future on the topic of “Entertainment & Culture”! Discuss how technological advancements are changing our understanding of culture and entertainment and how we can use digitality to build an inclusive society!
Your opinion matters! All outcomes will be shared with European and Canadian policymakers to make sure your voice is heard.
Take part in an exceptional experience!
Spend 24 hours in an exciting and challenging
international work atmosphere!
Build a network with like-minded people from Toronto and Frankfurt!
Learn best practices for influencing policymakers!
See how your work will influence politics!
Take part in the Thinkathon!
Take part in the Thinkathon in Toronto or Frankfurt on October 16-17, 2020!
The 24-hour Thinkathon will simultaneously take place in Toronto and Frankfurt. For 24 hours you work closely with like-minded people from Toronto and Frankfurt as well as with motivated online participants, constantly exchanging your ideas, progress and results with participants from both your city and the partner city.
Our objective is to make your opinion count while building bridges between governments to ensure a future with an inclusive digital society!
Sign up now and become part of a project that really matters!
Funded by the European Union
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