We welcome Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Andrea Nahles to this year’s re:publica. In her session she will be focusing on the digitalisation of the workplace. 


Put your signs up: Love Out Loud! The new trailer is here. Take a look. 


14 tracks, 500 hours, 700 speakers – keeping an overview with this much on offer isn’t easy, but we’ll be taking you through it, bit by bit. The programme team presents the #rp17.


We would like to present you Orit Halpern as our next #rp17 speaker: her work combines the history of science, computer science, design and cybernetics to engage global challenges with creative ideas. In the process, she critically evaluates the current fixation on ‘big data’.


Join us as a volunteer. You can register now as a helper online. The necessary registration forms is already available. The actual application for working shifts starts at 15th March 2017 on 3 pm. 


We welcome the London-based artist and architect Usman Haque as our newest speaker! At #rp17, he will be discussing the evolution of smart cities and the influence of the Internet of Things.


March 8th is #internationalwomensday – for over 100 years now, women around the world have commemorated the day by taking to the streets to demonstrate for gender equality and human rights.


Did you know that you can attend the re:publica as part of your official educational leave for further education? Then why not come to #rp17 as part of your training!


Spring is just around the corner and there’s a whole slew of exciting events from Berlin’s digital creative industry and cultural sector awaiting you. Our collective platform, spring berlin, gathers and presents them all.


We are looking to fill an internship position in the Volunteer Management team for the eleventh re:publica, beginning in March. Candidates should be enthusiastic and interested in topics focused on the internet and digital society. 


Astrophysicist Christine Corbett Moran will by flying in from California. The co-lead developer of Signal recently spent a winter at a research station in the Antarctic to prepare herself for outer space. She’ll be telling us all about it at the #rp17!


We welcome Carolin Emcke, recipient of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade 2016, as speaker at the #rp17. The journalist and author has dedicated herself to the challenges of our time: to make art the antidote to hate.