The results are in! Berliner Gazette’s 14th Slow Politics conference at Wedding’s Supermarkt yielded some hefty conclusions.
While most economies around the world stand facing a common challenge, democracy in flux, the Berliner Gazette organised their 14th Slow Politics conference on November 13-15 at Wedding Supermarkt to inspect and discuss Europe’s current problems. In partnership with Exberliner, the conference was a melting pot of hundreds of activists, the media, researchers and many politically conscious citizens coming together to share a hand in discussing democracy. Guest highlights included activist and author Marina Sitrin and media theorist Geert Lovink
Besides the conference acting as a platform for people to exchange and collaborate, it offered a bird’s eye view to look at deep underlying commonalities and problems. The results of the conference were organised into three nebulous-sounding categories: Rebuild Democracy! Trust Strangers! Organise Networks! For an in-depth rundown of the results, visit their site here.