The Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Indonesia, in partnership with the Indonesian Internet of Things (IOT) Association (ASIOTI), announced four winners of the EU Social DigiThon Competition.
The winners, according to their rank, are:
This year’s EU Social DigiThon Competition, themed “Youth Action for Change”, had looked for three winning proposals, but in the end selected four. The reason for this the high quality of proposals received, with two teams’ concepts ranking in third place ex aequo.
“With this contest we aim to create links between digital information, technology, solutions to social and human rights issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic,” said EU Ambassador to Indonesia, H.E. Vincent Piket. “Through the EU Social DigiThon Competition, we also wish to build links with Indonesian youth. We received a tremendous response with young people using their creativity and critical thinking for solving real-life issues in their own environment with self-made solutions,” added Ambassador Piket.
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