The idea to organize an event like this came through Embassy of Netherlands from DiploHack London where diplomats and NGO-s gathered for a full day to tackle freedom of speech and sustainability issues. DiploHack Tallinn goes even further. Practical solutions are being developed from serious issues and for society welfare.
Have a look at the five projects being in progress:
Web-based platform that draws data from various open sources to reveals the conflicts of interest of state owned companies and foundations board members.
Team: Birgit Rosenberg (project manager, TI Estonia), Boris Maryshev (Back-end developer), Janar Palk (Front-end developer)
Team: Silver Meikar, Martin Grüner, Henrik Chulu, Ottokar Tilk
Let’s turn public sector responses to our requests faster and raise their quality! This is the fastest and easiest way to get an answer to your request from the public sector. Sometimes communication with the public sector may cost too much time or the response doesn’t answer to your question exactly. Furthermore, sometimes it might be that your neighbour asked the same question two weeks before and the answer has already been given but you just don’t know about it.
Team: Allan Laan, Priit Kuuseorg, Jaanus Sakkis, Kadri Pedas