Participation, sharing and passing on knowledge has been an essential component of the re:publica. You are a part of the greater whole: as an actively discussing and debating audience, as helpers and, above all: as speakers!
We curate a good third of re:publica’s remarkable programme out of your submissions from the Call for Participation. The re:publica is only as good and exciting as your contributions. So it’s not without reason that our event has grown into Europe’s most colourful, inspiring and wildest conference on digital society over the last ten years.
A stage for your ideas!
Go for it and share your ideas with everyone! For example, why not look for inspiration in our motto for 2018: POP. We’re going to be popping filter bubbles, stepping out into the public and making net culture and politics tangible for everyone.
We have lots of exciting Tracks and Topics. for example, Politics & Society, Research & Education, Media & Journalism, Art & Culture, Science & Technology, Business & Innovation, Lifestyle & Leisure and Mobility & City. Not to forget the Global Innovation Gathering (GIG), We Can Work It Out (Science Year 2018) and the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin. Let yourselves be inspired by the many videos from #rp17. The #rp17 programme gives you a good overview of the range of topics on offer.
What we’re looking for:
Your ideas, visions and projects – whether it’s a talk, panel discussion, workshop, an activity, an installation or a game. Submit in German or in English and please remember to keep diversity and gender balance in mind. 50 percent of the speakers on stage should be female.
What we offer:
A stage for your session and an excited audience – including recording and publication of your session on YouTube. You’ll definitely be having lots of fun and you can look forward to a legendary closing party.
Read up on all the important points and everything else you need to know on the Call for Participation page with the FAQs, including the guidelines. The deadline for your submissions is >> New deadline 14 January at 11:59 pm (CET).