Geneva Zoohackathon

The U.S. Mission to the United Nations & Other International Organizations in Geneva is proud to present Geneva’s first Zoohackathon! With over 100 international organizations based in and around Geneva – including the headquarters of some of the world’s leading wildlife & conservation organizations – Geneva is the ideal place for a hackathon designed to stimulate technological solutions to real-world wildlife trafficking challenges across the globe.

When: Saturday 16 November & Sunday 17 November 2019 (full schedule below)

Where: Geneva’s Museum of Natural History • 1, route de Malagnou • 1208 Genève – CH

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Who: You can register either as an individual or as a team (of 4 to 6 people per team).  If you register as an individual, you will be placed into a team at the start of the event.  Participants must bring their own laptops but will receive Zoohackathon swag!

Space is limited, so register now! 

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