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November 2nd 2021

Participate in Code AVENIR workshops

Participate in Code AVENIR workshops

CODE Avenir
Immersive Workshops on diversity in the digital sectors

 

As part of the Canada Campus Party (The Festival of Innovation, Creativity and Technology from November 5th to 7th, 2021 in Montreal), the Digital Spring offers two CODE Avenir workshops on the theme of diversity in technology. Join us as a 3D avatar in a virtual world based on video game technology and put your innovative ideas to work!

 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5TH
3:00 PM – GIRLS IN TECH!

Workshop with Technovation Montréal and the Montreal Girls & Code Movement

Why is there still a gap between men and women in technology? Share innovative solutions for a future based on diversity and equality!

Duration: 45 minutes


FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5TH
4:00 PM – INDIGENOUS CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY!

Workshop The First Peoples Innovation Centre, initiator of the first Indigenous FabLab in Canada!

How can technology and digital technology be tools for positive change for communities and cultural transmission? Discuss this question and share your innovative ideas.

Duration: 45 minutes


Meet us on the virtual world platform!

REGISTER NOW!

The first 20 people to complete this registration form will receive FREE ACCESS ($150 value) to the Canada Campus party at the Palais des congrès de Montréal from November 5th to 7th!

Young innovators from all over the world will be there to attend conferences, workshops, hackathons and Game Jam, etc.

Don’t miss the panel discussion between Mehdi Benboubakeur, Executive Director of Digital Spring and Michaële Arbourg, young ambassador of Technovation Montréal: “Le numérique, un vecteur d’inégalités?” (on stage at the Palais des Congrès on November 6th at 3:15 pm)

 

The Virtual World is an immersive environment of discoverability and socialization designed by the Montreal Digital Spring in partnership with Pixsenses, developed within the context of the Youth QC 2030 project to present the possibilities of digital technology to young people aged 13 to 29.

 

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