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November 27 - December 5, 2020
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Come join a hackathon to spur youths to identify challenges and ideate ways to bring about greater social compact, an event where the like-minded come together to design and build solutions for racial and religious harmony.
Amidst the new norm of COVID-19, where face-to-face communication have to be drastically scaled back, our bonds with each other can still remain strong. Here is the chance to continue building on the ties that bind to grow stronger and more resilient for the times ahead.
Committed to building a harmonious society that brings people together, ideas that support this will be supported. All good teams that make it to the grand final will receive:
Spanning two weekends, the hackathon will bridge the distance and close the gap created by the COVID-19 pandemic to bring you a virtual and physical hybrid experience as we hack ideas for cohesion. Leveraging technology platforms and ensuring safe distancing measures, come hack with fellow participants in good faith.
7pm Mission:Unite Launch
8.30pm Start Work
9am Mentor Booking
12pm Mentoring Sessions
8pm Mock Pitches
12pm Final Pitch Submission
4.30pm Final Pitches
6.30pm Awards & Closing
If you believe in creating a more gracious world that appreciates our differences and celebrates our similarities no matter the colour of our skin or our beliefs, you are the person for this. This is a safe space for everyone – no experience or prior knowledge required.
Dates: November 27-December 5, 2020
Time: from 7pm (November 27)
from 9am (November 28)
from 12pm (December 3)
from 9am (December 5)
Click here to register
About the Organiser:
The Ministry of Culture, Community, and Youth (MCCY) seeks to inspire Singaporeans through the arts and sports, engage the youth, strengthen community bonds, and promote giving. The ministry aims to build a confident and resilient Singapore, which means having a fulfilled and engaged people living in a cohesive and caring society.
So, MCCY is all about people. This means creating a gracious and harmonious society and inspiring everyone to feel a greater sense of belonging and work towards a common future. Building strong bonds and close relationships, that is what it takes to make Singapore the best home for everyone.