Women's Online Safety Hackathon 2021

In the month of December, take part in a fun hackathon with a difference, go solo or in a group. It’s up to you. Show your support for the #WOSH2021 by signing up for the hackathon. Do it to show you care about communities that are underrepresented. That's the spirit!​

Dec 3, 2021, 3:00 PM – Dec 5, 2021, 1:00 PM

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Key Themes

Community BuildingDesignGoogle AssistantInclusionMobileWomen Techmakers

About this event

Got a big idea and a desire to make a difference?

We invite you to participate in the Google WTM Women’s Online Safety #WOSH2021 Hackathon, which seeks to drive secure transformative solutions and services into development to further online safety in Southern Africa.

Through this learning and community-building journey, let's accelerate innovation to power a more guarded and inclusive tech, together.

Bring your bold ambitions and curious mind, along with a hack team consisting of people with different job roles and areas of expertise that align with the design, build, GTM, and selling stages of the product lifecycle or go it solo.

Get inspired, get ready to innovate and have fun reframing challenges as technology opportunities—and make the world safer for more of us.

Getting Started:

Start by registering to get important information and browse the full program of #WOSH2021 Hackathon. Even if you are not a part of a hack team, you can still watch the event unfold online. After being accepted the organizers will keep you posted about the next steps.

Register Here:
https://forms.gle/AF3Horfb2tuFmS4S8

Note: We only have limited space so be prompt and register so you don’t miss out. 

When

When

December 3 – 5, 2021
3:00 PM – 1:00 PM UTC

Agenda

Welcoming And Introductions
Introduction To Online Safety
Workshop: Team Formation
Dinner
Hacking Officially Begins
Workshop: GitHub Basics
Workshop: Design Thinking
Workshop: Getting Started With Flutter
Group Check-In

Partner

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Google

Organizers

  • Michelle Piliso

    Organiser

  • Koketso Motseothata

    Billionaire Developers

    Organizer

  • Tswello Moreki

    Young Cloud Explorers

    Founder & CEO

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