That's where Zoohackathon comes in. From Nov. 6-8, teams competing virtually in regional and single country Zoohackathons will develop innovative technology solutions to combat wildlife trafficking. The top three winning teams from each regional Zoohackathon will pitch their solutions to a panel of judges to compete for the 2020 global prize.U.S. Embassy Paris is organizing this year #Zoohackathon! We’re looking for university students and young entrepreneurs/professionals to participate in this virtual event to develop technological solutions to help end wildlife trafficking and the illegal trade in wildlife products. #ZH2020 https://www.facebook.com/ScienceDiplomacyUSA/ : @ScienceDiplomacyUSA
The U.S. Embassy in Athens is partnering with the Institute of International Relations at Panteion University and the University of Macedonia to hold a virtual discussion on “Post-COVID-19 World Order.”
The U.S. Mission to Greece is pleased to announce a partnership with Found.ation to host “TechCamp Thessaloniki: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs” September 6-8, 2020 at the 84th Thessaloniki International Fair. Supporting female-led startups and creating equal opportunities for women in the entrepreneurship ecosystem are the goals of “TechCamp Thessaloniki.” It will provide tailored training for a diverse group of female entrepreneurs from Greece and the region. The three-day program will feature a highly collaborative and hands-on acceleration process made up of brainstorming sessions, small group discussions, and training workshops that provide innovative solutions to real challenges identified by the participants. “TechCamp Thessaloniki” is an innovative educational platform developed and fully funded by the U.S. State Department (https://techcamp.america.gov).
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the U.S. Department of State is hosting an interactive webchat to discuss the importance of the law to the everyday lives of people with disabilities, and how individuals and organizations advocating for disability rights built a successful movement that created lasting and impactful change.
We are thrilled to invite you to this open virtual discussion on "The Transatlantic COVID-19 Cooperation," hosted by the U.S. Embassy in Athens. It will feature Damon Wilson, Executive Vice President of theAtlantic Council in Washington, DC and will be moderated by Aristotle Tziampiris, Professor of International Relations and Chair of the Department of International and European Studies at the University of Piraeus, and by Spyridon Litsas, Professor of International Relations Theory at the University of Macedonia. U.S. Ambassador to Greece, Geoffrey R. Pyatt, will make opening remarks.
The application for the 2020 YES Program is open.
The YES Program - Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Program is organized by the Department of Administrative Science and Technology of the Athens University of Economics and Business.
Learn more on how to apply at:
Applications Deadline is June 10, 2020