re:publica Dublin

 

Following our very first event outside of Germany last year, we won’t be missing a beat and are powering full speed ahead in 2017: the next re:publica Dublin will take place from 7 to 8 September 2017 at the Light House Cinema! Our upcoming event in Ireland is also made possible thanks to the support from the German Federal Foreign Office: this year, as part of re:connecting EUROPE, we want to promote the European exchange further and tackle topics concerning the digital society from various perspectives. We want to network you, the community, with Ireland and the world, with local and international players and stakeholders, and projects from the cultural, societal and political sectors. 

And another vital point: synergies within Europe are far from exhausted. Many creatives in Europe are currently not working together, or only to a limited degree. Despite their geographical and technical vicinity, they simply don’t know each other (yet). The re:publica Dublin is here to help with that: Dublin isn’t just the connection to northern Europe. Many of the big tech companies are based in Ireland, making it a gateway to the international creative and digital industry. So, here’s to another round! Let's re:connect EUROPE! 

#rpDUB 2016

Our first international event went spectacularly. On 20 October 2016, more than 200 participants from Ireland, Germany and other countries converged on re:publica Dublin. There they attended exciting sessions on three stages and discussed some of the most important topics concerning the digital society with our 33 speakers. It was very reminiscent of our first re:publica in Berlin. There was lots of room for discussion and a great exchange with the Irish digital community. We chose to host re:publica Dublin in three unique locations: the historic Smock Alley Theatre, the lively Generator Hostel, and the cozy Merchant’s Arch Pub. All locations provided numerous talks and discussion rounds on topics such as data protection, surveillance, hate speech, and FinTech. For anyone who missed out, revisit our first event outside of Germany in pictures, word and sound: The sessions at Smock Alley Theatre were recorded, listen to the speakers on the re:publica channel at Voice Republic. Draw some visual inspiration from our one-day conference and browse through our Flickr channel. Photos from our warmup party the evening before are compiled there, as well as images from the event itself. More on re:publica Dublin you can find here

Image credit: re:publica/Justin Farrelly (CC BY 2.0)

re:publica 2017

News #rp17

05/31/2017

The re:publica team invites you to join them for the round table in Dublin. Come to the kick-off for the second #rpDUB in Ireland. We want to hear your feedback, your opinions, your ideas!

05/15/2017

We hope that you were able to gather all sorts of new insights, meet old friends and left with armfuls of inspiration! Our look back at the #rp17, including all the important facts, and forward to the next re:publicas.

05/12/2017

We just closed out the #rp17 and are already getting started on planning the next round. But not without you! Give us your feedback and win tickets.

05/10/2017

We’re still in the middle of the #rp17, but that’s not it for this year! Let’s re:connect EUROPE – and join us on our trip to Ireland and Greece.

04/29/2017

The other week we were raffling off tickets and travel expenses to those who would write us about thier vision for a digital Europe. Read more on the lucky winners and their propositions.

04/12/2017

Dublin – Thessaloniki – Berlin: We’re bringing these cities together in our re:connecting EUROPE Space at the #rp17. Take part and secure yourself tickets to the re:publica in May.

re:publica Dublin 2016

News #rpDUB

10/26/2016

We had a great time at re:publica Dublin on 20 October 2016, and lots of opportunities for lively exchange with the Irish start-up community! For all those who missed out, revisit our first event outside of Germany in pictures, word and sound.

10/21/2016

Our first international event went spectacularly! On 20 October 2016, over 200 participants converged on re:publica Dublin in order to attend sessions on three stages. There's more! The next re:publica Belrin in May 2017 will take place under the motto “Love out Loud”.

10/20/2016

We've only just celebrated our tenth anniversary at re:publica TEN, and now it continues – in Ireland! The very first re:publica outside of Germany is taking place today, October 20th, 2016. It's been a long journey for us, too: We started out out with a cozy gathering of just 700 bloggers in 2007 – back then we still addressed each other by our Twitter handles.

10/19/2016

It's time! Tonight we are having our warmup party – and tomorrow it is already re:publica Dublin! To prevent you from getting lost in Dublin, this is what you need to know about the venues and the schedule of the event in one glimpse.

10/19/2016

What would it be like if Twitter users owned the social platform themselves, or even managed it? The discussion panel on platform cooperatives on the net at re:publica Dublin this Thursday promises to be exciting.

10/17/2016

Another highlight at re:publica Dublin this Thursday, hosted in cooperation with our partner, Goethe-Institut Ireland, and the NGO Digital Rights Ireland: “Privacy and Data Protection in the Digital Age” addresses the role of digital technologies in undermining human rights.

10/11/2016

Nearly time! Next week, we are organizing re:publica Dublin! Have a look at the venues, and check out our update on the schedule of the event here.

10/07/2016

The vision of a decentralized web collides with the legal structures of today. But whose problem is that, and who is in charge of creating an interface between these forces? These questions are a pressing matter for #rpDUB speaker Shermin Voshmgir, and a central aspect of her upcoming talk.

10/05/2016

What do we do when platforms for radicalization emerge on the Internet? #rpDUB speaker Peter Neumann is on alert. From terrorist recruitment in Europe to prison-based de-radicalization programs, Peter provides an analysis of these fatal processes and most importantly, shares ideas on how to counteract them.

09/26/2016

The discourse on digital surveillance and data collection shows the Internet's impact on our everyday life. #rpDUB speaker Rachel O'Dwyer goes further and calls a person's online consumption the electronic reproduction of one's personality.

09/23/2016

In the coming days we will be publishing our full programme for re:publica Dublin. Check it out, be inspired and come visit our very first international event in Ireland! 

09/09/2016

Today, we would like to present the following article, written by re:publica CEO and founder Andreas Gebhard and Susanne Eiswirt: "New conference formats in the digital age, by way of the example of re:publica" describes how re:publica has developed into a unique conference format over the years.

09/02/2016

For our first re:publica in Dublin, we are looking for on-site volunteers, who will help us turn re:publica into a fantastic event once more. You will receive a free ticket in return.

08/04/2016

Since mid July, our Call for Participation for the upcoming re:publica in Dublin on October 20 has been up and running. For those of you who don't know us, we have summarized the range of topics presented at re:publica 2016 in Berlin. See our overview over the variety of topics and ideas that are possible at re:publica here. Get inspired and take part!

07/21/2016

Starting today, we would like to invite all those interested to create the program for the very first re:publica with us, taking place in Dublin on October 20, 2016. Our Call for Participation is divided into three deadline phases, the last of which ends on August 31, 2016.

Contributions #rpDUB

10/18/2016

In our three-part series, our media partner euro | topics examines some of the issues relevant to Ireland – and to Europe as a whole. The third and last part is about the question whether social media corporations should cooperate with security agencies in the fight against terrorism, and to which extent.

10/12/2016

In our three-part series, our media partner euro | topics examines some of the issues relevant to Ireland – and to Europe as a whole. Part two focuses on the implications of Brexit for the digital economy in the UK and Europe.

09/29/2016

In a new, three-part series, our partner eurotopics will illuminate some of the topics most relevant to Ireland – and to Europe as a whole. Part one is about the tax issues Apple is currently facing in Ireland.

re:publica 2016

News #rpTEN

06/01/2016

We are very thrilled to tell you more about our brandnew partnership with Digital Biscuit. re:publica embarks on a new endeavour and brings two of Europe’s most exciting tech and culture events together for the first time in Dublin, Ireland, on 20 October 2016.

05/13/2016

As in every year, we're still looking on how to improve and are keen to hear your feedback. All you have to do is answer a few questions in our survey. Plus we're giving away five tickets to re:publica in Dublin.

05/04/2016

TEN is NET. It was a bash. We hope you have learned so much new things, met old friends and were inspired from our flashback as well as our outlook at re:publica TEN. 

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