Inter Alia organises the Cultural Social Innovation Europe (CSI EU) – Athens Hackathon focused on the digital impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which will take place in Athens, at the beginning of March 2023.

At Inter Alia, we believe that hackathons can provide adult educators and youth workers with a new approach to pedagogy that no longer favors hierarchical, top-down practices, but instead interactive and creative ones, in which the interests and concerns of the participants play a primary role. So, we invite you to take part in our hackathon with the aim to seek solutions to the following, indicative thematic challenges: 

  1. Digital detox / digital wellbeing
  2. Cyberbullying 
  3. Carbon footprint 


The hackathon is for:

  • (adult) educators, 
  • youth workers,
  • civic organization staff members, 
  • professionals working in the cultural and creative sectors,  
  • tech experts, 
  • young people.

During the hackathon, participants will form working groups to collaborate and propose creative solutions to the above mentioned challenges.  

After the hackathon, all participants will receive a certificate of attendance, and the three best proposed solutions will be awarded. The judging committee and the awards will be announced in due time.


Inter Alia office, Valtetsiou 50-52, 10681, Athens, Greece, 2nd floor (map


The hackathon will take place either on 3-4 March 2023, or 8-9 March 2023, based on the preference and availability of the majority of the selected participants.

Working language

The hackathon will take place in Greek. 

Participation fee

Participation is free of charge. 

Application form 

We kindly ask you to fill in this application form (in Greek), stating the dates most convenient for you, by 26 February 2023.


The detailed programme will be announced to the selected participants after the evaluation of all submitted applications.

More information – Contact persons

The hackathon is organized in the framework of the project Cultural Social Innovation Europe (CSI EU), which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. For more information or clarifications, please contact Veroniki Krikoni (krikoni@interaliaproject.com), and/or Revekka Kefalea (kefalea@interaliaproject.com).