Decidim Fest 2020
Democracy and Technology in times of Emergency
Welcome to Decidim Fest 2020, a 3 days online conference to embrace urgent challenges at the intersection of Democracy and Technology.
We are living times of uncertainty. The global pandemic has put the world in check while opening up a unique opportunity to change course and face climate emergency, social inequality, the violation of human rights and the rise of fascism, among others. What role does technology play in all of this? Which are the implications for the future of democracy?
Join us in this edition of the Decidim Fest to think and intervene in the challenges of democracy in the network society!
This year Decidim Fest format will be completely online, so we will enable digital networking spaces during the coffee and lunch breaks 🧑🏾🤝🧑🏽
The Keynotes by Geert Lovink, Renata Ávila, Paz Peña, Arantxa Mendiharat, Caroline Sinders, Ingrid Guardiola, Eurídice Cabañes, Javier Sánchez Monedero, Red Levadura and Alexandra Elbakyan have been previously recorded and we will upload them to the programme in the next few days with subtitles in English or Spanish. The debate with each of these speakers on the content of their talks will be during Decidim Fest, on the day and time indicated in the program. in the language of each talk, with the exception of Alexandra Elbakyan who will have consecutive translation from Russian to Spanish.
The interview with Biella Coleman, the Decidim Dialogues and Panels/Workshop will be held live, on the date and time indicated in the program.
🤔 How to participate?
The entrance is free and open to all people who want to participate. Since the event will be broadcast by streaming, in order to ask questions and participate in the debate, you must publish them in the space provided on this website for each session.
✏️ Sign up here
⏰ Download the timetable here
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