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.
The party doesn't stop when the sessions finish! We've tricked out the back area behind the STATION – our Networking Area – to keep the party going!
We aren’t keeping this from you. Each department of the re:publica TEN has made an effort to draw your attention. Have a look at the results!
The art collective Shared_Studios is setting up a Portal on the street just opposite of the re:publica. Have a chat with the world!
The tenth re:publica calls for a celebration! But also those who can’t make it to STATION can watch all the action from afar. Thanks to our livestream you can follow every word and image of re:publica from home or on the go.
At first glance, topics and terms describing the world of trade unions and online communities seem far apart. In reality, however, they cover common issues in regard to work in the future. A post by our partner, the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung.
Publishing on the web can quickly mean stumbling onto thin ice, legally speaking. Copyright law, cease and desist, surreptitious advertising – those are just some of the keywords. We’ll have experts on hand in our Law Lab at the re:publica to help explain and make sure you stay on the safe side.
Our partner Landesvertretung Saarland – the representation of Saarland – invites re:publica attendees and representatives of the "political Berlin" to a "Come Together" with talks, BBQ and drinks at their representation on 4 May.
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.
re:publica isn't just about the speakers – plenty of fun is to be had outside of the “regular” program. Here are some of the highlights from this year's supporting program ranging from a boat trip to the FIREFIT Sauna.