HoN of the Anna Lindh Foundation Turkey Network, in the frame of the THE ANNA LINDH FOUNDATION VIRTUAL MARATHON FOR DIALOGUE IN THE EUROMED, is organizing Socialathon.
The Online Social Entrepreneurship Hackathon will be held on April 16-18, 2021.

Do not miss the Hackathon where participants will be able to innovate social entrepreneurship ideas and meet with students from all different cities in Turkey

Socialathon is open to all university students aged 18-30.

Hackathon Scope:

Participants will develop a solution and MVP (Minimum Viable Product) that focuses on Covid-19 social problems, applicable to one of the following topics below with innovative and social entrepreneurial thinking. Teams will have three to five people, analyze this problem, and develop an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) within 48 hours.

Sample topics that can be selected for the project to be developed can be found below:



 Global warming

 Traffic & Transportation


 Food & Water Waste

 Disadvantaged Communities (Women, children, youth, physically and mentally disabled, elderly, refugees, victims of violence, unemployed, poor)

Participants are expected to develop innovative and technological solutions to one of the problems mentioned above.

During the hackathon:

Participants will be trained about MVP and project presentation / pitching.

Participants will receive mentoring support for two days.

Hackathon's language will be Turkish.


Dr. Nabil Al-Sharif First Prize: 2.500 TL

Second Place: 1.500 TL

Third Place: 1.000 TL

Special Jury Award: Participation in a youth project supported under the Erasmus + Youth Mobility Program

ASIGM Office Award: 3 Months Free Office Usage Support

The communication channel will be "Discord" application during the event. Information notes regarding the Discord application will be sent to the selected teams.

The selected Teams will be contacted and a detailed information note will be sent before the event.

 To apply please click HERE 


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