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Meetup counts over 100,000 members of 166 civic hacking meetups around the world. The groups included here vary in how technical they are, but you can always count on meeting people and contributing to projects, regardless of whether or not you can code.

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Hacks/Hackers is an international grassroots community of people who seek to inspire and inform each other to build the future of media.

Tech For Good London Meetup

We believe that it's never been easier to use digital technology to tackle some of the world's toughest social and environmental challenges.

Smart Cville

Empowering and inspiring civic innovators across central Virginia

Civic Tech Montreal

Bi-Weekly Hacknights where technologists, designers, policy nerds, community builders, or basically anyone (yes, no matter what your background!) Come together to build solutions to civic issues in Tiohtià: ke / Montreal.

Code for Nepal

Helping to increase digital literacy and use of open data in Nepal HELP NEPAL FIGHT COVID-19

Code for BTV

You can think of Code for BTV as a pro-bono digital agency working for the public good. We pick meaningful projects and do the research, design, architecture, coding, launch, and communications work to help important organizations work more effectively.


We empower individuals and local communities to build a civically engaged technology ecosystem and provide for an honest and inclusive government. We want New York’s governments to work for the people, by the people, for the digital era.

Code for Puerto Rico

Somos un grupo de ciudadanos que colaboramos para trabajar temas de caracter civico mediante la implementación de la tecnologia.

Civic Tech Saitama シビックテックさいたま

Translated: We, "Civic Tech Saitama," also want to make use of the knowledge and wisdom of "Ichi-dwellers" living in Saitama City to create services necessary for the region and make public services easy to use. To that end, we will make it possible for governments and companies to provide the data and resources necessary for creating services, create a place where various people can gather, and make us "Civic Tech" interesting.

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