Social Innovation Camp Central and Eastern Europe

Dan McQuillan just emailed me over this amazing event, Social Innovation Camp Central and Eastern Europe.

“It brings together talented software developers/designers and social innovators to build effective web-based solutions to social problems — and all in the course of 48 hours! […]
Ideas will be accepted from seven countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia) and volunteers will be drawn from all over Europe. The event will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia 16-18 September…”

The call for ideas has just started. So if you want to participate with an idea or as a volunteer, it’s time to submit your application. You can find more on what a Social Innovation Camp is here.

Dan writes a great blog at internet.artizans. He’s not only one of the co-founders of Social Innovation Camp; he’s also a former Director of the British Open Rights Group and currently a Digital Guru for the Make Your Mark campaign.

The Social Innovation Camp Central and Eastern Europe coincides with the Civil Society Forum that will discuss 20 years of post-communism in the region. My friend Marietta has written about it here.

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