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15 September 2022

Main Conference Day

ICC Berlin & online

10:00

Opening Keynotes

Speakers include

Governing Mayor of Berlin, Franziska Giffey

Tawakkol Karman, Journalist & Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

Further speakers to be announced soon

12:00

Topic 1 | Transformation & Resilience – On Crises as Change Agents

With the consequences of global warming, the ongoing pandemic and a war in Europe, our world is experiencing serious challenges. Can these challenges serve as a wake-up call for fundamental change? What does this mean for global cities?
Could war prompt us to question our assumptions?

Localize now: Has globalization come to an end?

Bye-bye fossil fuels: How is energy weaponized for global security policies?

Russia, China, Central-Eastern Europe: Are we observing the beginning of a new world order?

Speakers include

Claudia Major, Stiftung Wissenschaft & Politik

Christian Stöcker, Professor and Course Director for Digital Communication at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

Düzen Tekkal, Founder & CEO of HÁWAR.help e.V.

Maren Urner, Neuroscientist and professor of media psychology

Further speakers to be announced soon

14:45

Topic 2 | Global Cohesion & Solidarity – On Food, Shelter & Economies

Local crises make global connections visible. How can we find new ways to achieve cross-border cooperation and solidarity?

Destination Metropolis: How can cities cope with new waves of migration and the arrival of refugees?

Weaving Social Fabric: How can metropolises unite to solve the world’s challenges?

Inflation and recession: How can we weather the gathering storm?

Putin’s hunger plan: How can we subvert strategies of depletion?

Speakers include

Parag Khanna, Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap

Magid Magid, Author and Director of Union of Justice. Former Member of European Parliament and Lord Mayor of Sheffield

Further speakers to be announced soon

16:45

Topic 3 | Democracies in Danger – On Free Speech, Propaganda & Fake News

Cities like Berlin are liberal centers and drivers of innovation in research, business and culture. Tolerance and freedom of speech are the foundation of our democracy. How can we identify fake news and propaganda, and what tools do we have to protect our societies from them? 

Player 3 Has entered the War: Anonymous & the Information Wars

Hostile Media: War on TikTok

Neo-imperialism and the Politics of Remembrance

Propaganda, Hate & Social Media: Twitter, Trump, Musk, Zuckerberg & Co.

Journalism in the Time of Open-source intelligence & Fake News: Bellingcat, the Intercept & Co.

Speakers include

Marietta Slomka, Journalist

Further speakers to be announced soon

18:30

Closing

20:00

Evening Program

More info soon

16 September 2022

Conference Day 2

ICC Berlin & online

Start 10:00

Deep Dives, Talks and Discussions

Speakers include

Bertrand Piccard, explorer, psychiatrist and environmentalist

Maren Urner, Neuroscientist and professor of media psychology

Kristina Lunz, Co-Founder and Germany Co-Executive Director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

Peter Pomerantsev, Journalist & Author

Further speakers to be announced soon

Transformation & Resilience – On Crises as Change Agents

15 – 16 September 2022

Transformation & Resilience – On Crises as Change Agents

Location

Topic I

With the consequences of global warming, the ongoing pandemic and a war in Europe, our world is experiencing serious challenges. Can these challenges serve as a wake-up call for fundamental change? What does this mean for global cities?
Could war prompt us to question our assumptions?

Localize now: Has globalization come to an end?

Bye-bye fossil fuels: How is energy weaponized for global security policies?

Russia, China, Central-Eastern Europe: Are we observing the beginning of a new world order?

More info coming soon

ICC Berlin

Global Cohesion & Solidarity – On Food, Shelter & Economies

15 – 16 September 2022

Global Cohesion & Solidarity – On Food, Shelter & Economies

Location

Topic II





Local crises make global connections visible. How can we find new ways to achieve cross-border cooperation and solidarity?

Destination Metropolis: How can cities cope with new waves of migration and the arrival of refugees?

Weaving Social Fabric: How can metropolises unite to solve the world’s challenges?

Inflation and recession: How can we weather the gathering storm?

Putin’s hunger plan: How can we subvert strategies of depletion?

More info coming soon

ICC Berlin

Democracies in Danger – On Free Speech, Propaganda & Fake News

15 – 16 September 2022

Democracies in Danger – On Free Speech, Propaganda & Fake News

Location

Topic III

Cities like Berlin are liberal centers and drivers of innovation in research, business and culture. Tolerance and freedom of speech are the foundation of our democracy. How can we identify fake news and propaganda, and what tools do we have to protect our societies from them? 

Player 3 Has entered the War: Anonymous & the Information Wars

Hostile Media: War on TikTok

Neo-imperialism and the Politics of Remembrance

Propaganda, Hate & Social Media: Twitter, Trump, Musk, Zuckerberg & Co.

Journalism in the Time of Open-source intelligence & Fake News: Bellingcat, the Intercept & Co.

More info coming soon

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