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2 agosto 2022

“Making peace with the environment”. EPALE Edu Hack 2022: the new challenge is green!

EPALE Edu Hack, the initiative aimed at teachers and students of adult education, is back for the second year.

With the title “Making peace with the environment. Territorial digital innovation proposals for the green transition “, the second edition of EPALE Edu Hack – promoted by Epale Italy in collaboration with EGInA Foligno and the national ICT Adult education network of Ridap (Italian Network for Adult Education) – is focused on 2022’s challenge: environmental sustainability.

Also this year the teams of teachers and students will be called to plan together the solution to a problem that directly involves them, a challenge that concerns the territory in which they live and work, which reflects the cultural and civil level of the community and which is addressed in several areas: the school, the family, the workplace, associations, public bodies, and volunteering realities.

A challenge to be solved with the help of digital technologies, which in this 2022 edition are placed at the service of the environment, education for sustainability and the dissemination of responsible and aware behaviors. Today, environmental education is increasingly transversal and interdisciplinary, involving each discipline in a sort of continuous updating that can only translate into a permanent education system!

Compared to last year’s edition, the 2022 edition presents an important breakthrough: the teams will meet in Rome to work together in the last two days of the competition, present projects and participate in the awards ceremony.


  • What is a social hackathon?
  • What does the Epale Edu hack 2022 initiative consist of?
  • When does it take place? Who is it for?
  • How do you participate?


Find out more on the EPALE website >>


Mark the first dates on the calendar!


On 7 October you are all invited to the launch event that will take place online to present the initiative.


Registrations will open from 5 September.