News from Aug 02, 2017
12–13 September 2017, Berlin, Germany
Inequality, losses of power, and questions of belonging – the promises made by narratives of globalisation have turned into doubt and insecurity. Nationalism and populism are gaining ground, while the great challenges of our time can still only be solved globally. What do we need to be able to work better together on an international scale? Is a world that is not divided into "us" and "them" at all conceivable?
At the conference artists, people working in the field of culture and academics will be addressing visions for the future and a sense of community in workshops, looking at international and transnational communities, global political trends, the influence of culture and the role of technology for future cooperation.
Oussama Rifahi, L.H.M. Ling, Nikita Dhawan, Adam Broomberg and Sisonke Msimang
Chandran Nair, founder of the Global Institute for Tomorrow (GIFT)
13 September 2017, 7.30 p.m.
Farida Shaheed, sociologist and feminist
Evgeny Morozov, author of the book The Net Delusion
We kindly ask you to register online.