The program for the 3rd Digital Social Summit is set and registration is now open. With over 40 sessions, two inspiring keynotes, panels, workshops, a policy roundtable and a special place for digital networking, an exciting program awaits participants. Once again this year, the Summit will be purely digital and moderated from our studio at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg. In addition to Dr. Peter Kreutter, who is active in the Initiativkreis, Prof. Dr. Christian Schlereth will contribute a session on "Social Media Fundraising: Profiting from the New Reach" together with Dr. Albrecht Matthaei (Care-for-Rare Foundation Stiftung für Kinder mit seltenen Erkrankungen).
What is "good" digitization? What kind of digitization do we want to live?
The focus of the Digital Civil Society Conference on March 29 and 30, 2021, is the question of what digitization we want to live and what we mean by "good" digitization. As a participant, you will be able to discuss and shape the role that civil society should play in the overall digitization process in the future in various sessions and formats. The program follows five thematic tracks in different sessions and formats, which will encourage you to participate in the discussion and design.
Day 3 will be even more intensive in practice! After the discussions, inputs and inspirations of the first two days, a selection of in-depth workshops await participants in the "Shaping the Future" workshop on March 31.
Registration and tickets
New this year is the ticket system, where you can choose between a basic, standard and combined ticket. Register quickly now, as experience has shown that tickets for the Digital Social Summit sell out quickly.
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Organizers: Baden-Württemberg Stiftung / betterplace academy / Bundesministerium des Innern, für Bau und Heimat / Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend / Deutsche Stiftung für Engagement und Ehrenamt / Robert Bosch Stiftung / Stiftung Bürgermut / Stiftung WHU / ZEIT Stiftung / ZiviZ im Stifterverband