EU Code Week is a grassroots initiative which aims to bring coding and digital literacy to everybody in a fun and engaging way.


5-20 October 2019


Learning to code helps us to make sense of the rapidly changing world around us, expand our understanding of how technology works, and develop skills and capabilities in order to explore new ideas and innovate.

Get involved!

Organize an activity

Become a part of Code Week by organizing an activity. Make a difference by inspiring and motivating others.

Anyone is welcome to organize an activity. Just pick a topic and a target audience and add your activity to the map. You can even use our toolkit for organizers to get started.

If you need help or have a question you can get in touch with EU Code Week Ambassadors in your country.

Become an organizer

Join an activity

Coding is for everyone. Try something new and discover the fun of coding by joining an activity near you.

There are plenty of events for any age and a variety of topics. Participation is free of charge and there are no prerequisites.

There's also a list of resources to help you get started with coding online right now.

Browse activity

Spread the word

Help the cause by spreading the word so that more people can learn about Code Week. If you know people who would be willing to organize an event, let them know about Code Week.

Have an inspirational story to share? Post it to our blog and we will share it.

We're on Twitter as @CodeWeekEU, on Facebook and we use the #codeweek hashtag.

See what's going on

Partners And Sponsors

Help us expand the outreach and the impact of Code Week

Code Week is a grassroots initiative led by volunteers which has an outreach to hundreds of thousands of people around the world. We constantly seek partners and sponsors to help us expand. If you would like to be part of our community and sponsor our activities, please contact us.

Get in touch

  • Africa Code Week
  • Apple
  • CoderDojo
  • Grote coalitie van digitale banen
  • European Schoolnet
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Makeblock
  • Meet & Code
  • Scratch
  • Texas Instruments
  • CodeWeek in Your Classroom, Now!

Get in Touch with us

Still have questions? Just drop us a line.