re:publica 2016

News #rpTEN


The advent of the gigabit society will only be a matter of time – even though its technologies already look like props from a science fiction movie: connected cars, automated factories, pizza delivery drones... Our partner, the Vodafone Institute, gives the matter some thought in their post.


An important topic that will be featured throughout the entire re:publica TEN is the conversation surrounding #Hatespeech and the question of how members of society interact with each other online. We want to analyse the situation together with our speakers and try and find a way out of this seemingly hopeless state of affairs.


"re:fugees" –  With the re:fugees sub-conference this year, held together with the German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), we will discuss aspects of migration and integration, and aim to provide a stage specifically for refugees and their supporters.


We’re teaming up with a number of different media partners again for the tenth re:publica. Now already in the third round of our series, we introduce the next three seasoned publications for the #rpTEN.


Our re:publica review is quickly approaching the here and now. On our way, we'll make a quick stop in 2013 and look back at seventh re:publica.


The 10th re:publica is about reflection and sometimes this includes moments of quiet remembrance. We want to remember those members of the re:publica community, who passed before their time.


https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Our journey through re:publica's history continues. In this chapter, we look at the ins-and-outs of re:publica 2012: a new venue and new topics, particularly the discussions around ACTA.


Get the awesome #rpTEN shirt and special edition poster before they hit the re:publica merch stand. Stand out and literally shine with the new #rpTEN collection. We're also giving away some free merch!


Our journey through history continues and in this edition we look at the "motto-less" re:publica 2011. It was the final #rp event at the Kalkscheune and the Friedrichstadtpalast and focused closely on the Arab Spring.


re:publica wouldn't be what it is today without our awesome media partners and our 10th edition is no different. Today, we're proud to be present the first three partner organisations.


Tweets, Instagrams and Facebook posts: all familiar ways to document re:publica experiences. But over the last three years, one group of artists have found a more creative way to capture the spirit of re:publica: live comics.


Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden serve as case studies for Geoffroy de Lagasnerie to thinks about new possibilities in political action and to ponder a new democratic state.


The end of winter is just about in sight and we're welcoming it with several new events from the digital and creative business and culture scenes on our spring berlin event platform!


Prior to our event, we would like to stress a considerate togetherness. Read more on the Code of Conduct for #rpTEN.


We continue our journey back through time! Our big re:publica retrospective goes into its fourth round. Enter the year 2010, NOWHERE and... Bohemian Rhapsody!


3,100 visitors can't be wrong! The conference on 20 January 2016, dedicated to the convergence of fashion and technology, examines the trends and goals of tomorrow's fashion industry.


Sociologist Richard Sennett, one of the greatest thinkers of our time, researches the effects of the dominant economic system on our lives and offers important insights into fleeting spaces, such as the internet. 


Round 3 of the re:publica review and we're back with re:publica 2009!


While federal judge Thomas Fischer is always looking to engage with other judges, scientists and advocates, he's not one to avoid a heated debate.


In cooperation with our new partner World Health Summit (WHS), we've extended the #rpTEN health track's Call for Papers deadline to 31 January 2016. It's not too late to get involved!


We're only a few days away from the final #rpTEN Call for Papers deadline. Don't miss your chance to submit! Submissions end on 10 January 2016.


What social, ethnic, legal and political questions does the Big Data issue bring with it? The multitalented Kate Crawford provides some answers. 


The 10th re:publica! Let us take you on a journey back in time to the year 2008. Curtains up for #rp08.


As 2015 winds down, we look back at an exciting year. Welcome to 2016!


Together with Musicboard Berlin, music will be a big feature at #rpTEN. We want your ideas! Get involved by applying to our Call for Papers.


re:publica embraces spring season – our new platform spring berlin wants to compile and present events of Berlin's creative scene.


Ten years of re:publica! Join us, as we go back in time through the years... starting with #rp07. Share your memories from those early days.


So many of you got involved in our ticket sale donation drive that 5,355 Euro has already been collected for Refugees Emancipation. 


"None of our f***ing business": rp speaker Trevor Paglen artistically documents that, which doesn't officially exist. 


Mark Surman is one of the most well known advocates for a free and open Internet. The head of the Mozilla Foundation will honour #rpTEN with his visit.


Whether you're a media creator, series superfan or YouTube icon - apply now to be featured on the re:publica stage at MEDIA CONVENTION. Deadline: 10 January 2016!


We proudly present our first speaker at #rpTEN: Heather Armstrong! We interview the career blogger and online marketing expert.

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