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Meet and Code connects thousands of people: representatives of nonprofit organizations, trainers, teachers, parents, SAP employees, volunteers and of course - children and young adults. Although all events revolve around coding, each has its own unique flavor and approaches digital skills differently.

Here you can see thoughts, ideas and stories behind the events. Who knows? Maybe you will decide to join our Meet and Code Community!

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Meet and Code Stories

Behind every event, it is the people that make it happen. Hear their stories and learn about their ideas for delivering a quality digital skills education.

Markers United - Belgian-French cooperation for Europe Build, show and tell! A DIY project for a unified network of young European creators. Together for a better Europe.
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Developing DIY Textile Projects Cyborggewebe, the German winner of the Girls do IT! Category, aimed at improving self-confidence and equality of girls in IT and programming.
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MY STORY - refugee children stories and Scratch My Story, the Greek winner of the Diversity category, was a project where refugee children presented their stories to the public using the Scratch platform.
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Learning about environmental issues through programming Ecological IT Quest, the Ukrainian winner of Code for the Planet category, was designed to improve the level of programming of students and teach them about the environment.
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Turning on the light in a suburban neighborhood without a lighting system Code & LightUp, the Italian winner of the Community category, used the potential of coding to make children's creativity transformative and turn on lights in a neighbourhood.
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SAN ROCCO 3.0 - DISCOVER YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD San Rocco 3.0 event aims to build a guide to help communities re-discover their local neighborhood.
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MOMS CODING WITH DAUGHTERS What did moms and daughters do during a free weekend? Thanks to Meet and Code, twenty mothers and daughters created their first web from scratch!
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CODING TRAFFIC LIGHTS The Traffic Lights project implemented by Asociația Părinților Ioan Slavici was dedicated to people that are visually impaired, but also to people who are easily distracted.
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AMyZONE Kids from North Macedonia learnt how to use robots and drones to identify and extinguish fires, and evacuate in a state of emergency.
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ROBOT FAIRYTALES The combination of theater and robotics was an easy and funny approach to coding and technology for girls
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WILL YOU COME BACK TOMORROW WITH ROBOTS? “Robotics offline and online” was a great social experience between students with and without handicaps.
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CHILDREN LEARNING TO CODE TO HELP TACKLE COMMUNITY CONCERNS The 'Give IT Back to Community' event aimed to get the attention of children and young people to local community problems.
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GRANDMOTHERS, MUMS, DAUGHTERS - GIRLS DO IT! How three female generations got together to learn to code!
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3D PRINTING SUPPORTS THE ENVIRONMENT 12-year-old polish students applied their knowledge of mathematics, biology and computer science to design and print coral reefs in 3D.
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BIG THINGS START SMALL For children who are hard of hearing, choices of professions are limited and participation in Meet and Code initiative is a chance to get an interesting and demanded specialty
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CODING FOOTBALL? THERE ARE NO LIMITS TO THE ORGANIZERS’ CREATIVITY! The Meet and Code Award 2018 winners in the Kick and Code category found a great way to capture kids’ attention! Coding Football? Yes, it is possible!
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WHEN KIDS ARE THE DRIVERS, THE RIDE IS WORTHWHILE This is a story about one of those entrepreneurial skilled teachers who wants to do more for her students. Meet Timea Kabai, organiser of a few events in Romania.
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HOW TO ORGANIZE 3D MODELING COURSE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS One of the training projects that regularly takes place at Noosphere Engineering School is designing and assembling a “student 3-D printer”.
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SOMETIMES ALL YOU NEED IS JUST THAT PIECE OF INSPIRATION n 2018, professor Viorel Muscaș, who teaches Computer Science at „Aurel Lazăr” Theoretical High School in Oradea, Romania, decided to pursue his dream of spreading his passion
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LET'S BUILD A 3D PRINTER – SOUNDS EASY, DOESN'T IT? The employees of the Globe Library in Stokesley, inspired by a local IT enthusiast, were thinking about building a 3D printer from scratch.
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COULD CODING BE A WAY OF RESOCIALIZATION? In 2018 the charity was the Meet and Code event organizer for 25 young offenders from the Kremenchug Educational Colony.
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Interviews

Meet our outstanding coding ambassadors! They are the people that strive for a world where all young European citizens have digital skills to determine their own future.

“LET’S BUILD A 3D PRINTER – SOUNDS EASY DOESN’T IT?” – PETER CHANDLER INTERVIEW Peter Chandler was one of the organizers of the “Build our own 3D printer” event held by the Globe Community Library at Stokesley, UK. The event won the Innovation Award.
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"I DON'T PLAN MY IDEAS. I LET THEM SHOW UP WHEN IT IS TIME." — AN INTERVIEW WITH GABRIELA ILEANA CRISAN Gabriela Ileana Crisan was a volunteer involved in the organization of the "Scratch and … Gooal!" event held by Asociata Pro Teodor Murasanu from Romania.
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"BE CREATIVE, PERSEVERE, BE OPTIMISTIC" — AN INTERVIEW WITH ISTVAN BUKOS Istvan Bukos was a volunteer involved in the organization of the "Scratch and … Gooal!" event held by Asociata Pro Teodor Murasanu from Romania.
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If you organized a Meet and Code event and would like to tell your story, please download the guidelines BRING A STORY TO LIFE and write to us at contact@meet-and-code.org!