DECIDIS @ Techfestival. Copenhagen (Sept. 7h, 2017, kl. 10-12, IT University Copenhagen)

What is the future of democracy in times of ongoing digitization? How can we be informed in the digital age? What does digital democracy mean in practice? Is it safe to vote online?

Come and join the discussion on “Digital citizenship and the future of democracy“, Sept. 7th, kl. 10.00 – 12.00 at the IT University Copenhagen. As a participant you’ll be introduced to the latest theories in the field and we’ll discuss with all participants social implications of on-going processes of digitization and how we can actively shape the future of democracy.

– Gitte Stald, Head of DECIDIS
– Martina Skrubbeltrang Mahnke, Course manager “Digital Democratic Citizenship in Research and Practice”
– Alessandro Bruni, DEMTECH project, IT Security
– Anders Sundnes Løvlie, GIFT project, Design & Communication

Everybody is welcome – please register here.

About Techfestival. Copenhagen:

Starting a new conversation on the values and principles that guide technology

Introducing the first people and topics that shape the agenda of Techfestival 2017.

A few months ago we set out to describe and share a progressive, human-centered perspective on technology. To find the others — to give birth to a new narrative, one beyond Silicon Valley’s insatiable addiction to innovation and growth. It is about time to remind ourselves of the noble idea of progress, to reflect, to critically reassess what we want technology to do, and what we want to do with technology. To sum it up, let’s move things in a direction that works for all of us. Already, hundreds of co-creators joined forces to bring life to the inaugural Techfestival, September 5–10. Today, we’re sharing with you what they have in stock for you; and there’s much more to come. You can click your way through the entire program here.

Event photo by: Bethany Legg.