Yes, through the Open Seventeen Challenge, Crowd4SDG is launching its second call for projects powered by the crowd aiming to tackle climate and gender issues.
To make your project as concrete and impactful as possible, they’ve asked a range of experts from agencies of the UN as well as National Statistical Offices to provide them with specific challenges that address the issues of climate change and gender equality, for which crowdsourced data would be particularly valuable.
They would like for projects to address one of the challenges below:
- Measuring the differentiated impacts of disasters on women and men.
- Assessing women’s vulnerability to climate change effects on natural resources.
- Improving data on women’s participation in environmental management.
- Measuring the health of ecosystems in a systemic way with women’s contribution.
- Open challenge on crowdsourcing for climate change resilience and gender equality
- Starting with a call for projects, the #Open17 Challenge offers a 5 weeks online interactive coaching programme to global innovators to help them to connect and shape good ideas into viable social innovation projects and prototypes.
- Projects will be selected by novelty, relevance and feasibility.
- The selected 50 applicants will be organized in 10 teams and coached on how to turn an initial idea into a…. [Discover more…]
The deadline for submitting applications is 30-Sep-21.