re:publica12, Berlin. Mai 2012

re:publica 2012 – Tag 2

re:publica 2012 – Tag 2 – 3. Mai 2012. Station, Berlin.

Am zweiten Tag interessierten mich diese Vorträge:


Die Wiederentdeckung der Langsamkeit – Tim Pritlove

Warum Podcasts funktionieren

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Social Media And The Arab Uprisings – Fadi Salem, Zeynep Tufekci

Some answers- more questions

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Citizen empowerment against brutality in Syria – Leila Nachawati

Over the last months, Syrians have struggled against a 41-year-old wall of fear.

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Leila Nachawati. re:publica12, Berlin. Mai 2012


Threats to free expression in the middle east and north africa – Jillian C. York

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From dissent to disillusionment? – Panel

Syria, Egypt, Tunesia – a critical assessment of the media landscape after the arab spring
Leila Nachawati, Claire Ulrich, Tarek Amr, Zulfikar Abbany

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Media ecology and the Occupy movement – Sasha Costanza-Chock, Christine Schweidler

How sharism is unleashing liberty – Isaac Mao

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The borders of the global village – Shahidul Alam

The world has watched the Arab Spring unfold, watched social networks and the ways in which they are censored in China and Iran. But what about regions that fall under the international media’s gaze less often, where the Internet is still in its infancy?

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The end and the beginning: Cambodia

And now for something completely different. You’ll need only one screen for the next 50 minutes. Why? Because we believe that the re:publica has room for this as well:

On April 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge entered Phnom Penh. The war was over but instead of celebrating the end of the conflict, all citizens of the capital were ordered to evacuate from their homes within days. Life was perilous. Sophal Ear was only a little baby when his father died and it was up to his mother to save five children and herself under the most difficult of circumstances. Catch Sophal’s compelling story of his family’s harrowing escape from Cambodia under the rule of the Khmer Rouge in “The End/ Beginning: Cambodia”.


re:publica12, Berlin. Mai 2012

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