DIALOGUE FOR FUTURE 2022
About the Conference
Dear Civil Society Actors,
we would like to invite you to the WECHANGE annual networking conference “Dialogue for Future 2022″ on “Building resilient civil societies and defending democracies in the EU and its Eastern neighbourhood”. The conference is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office and will take place on November 28-30th, 2022 in the Humboldt Carré, Behrenstraße 42, 10117 Berlin.
Keynotes, Panel Discussions, Workshops and Fishbowl Discussions about building resilient civil societies and defending democracies in the EU and its Eastern Neighbourhood.
This year 110 civil society actors from countries of the Eastern Partnership and the Weimar Triangle are expected. Together we would like to discuss the current challenges of our days and learn approaches for a better resilience of the civil society in the areas of crisis management, communication, and IT security. The conference will focus on the exchange on democratic values and freedoms as well as on free media and the fight against propaganda. We will also address the global security situation and talk about how the current wars, crises, conflicts in Ukraine and the Eastern European countries will affect the liberal democracy and the global security order.
We are looking forward to getting your applications.
HOW TO APPLY FOR DIALOGUE FOR FUTURE
You can register for the 2-day event until the 25th of November 2022. The participation of the conference for registered visitors is for free. The working language of the conference will be English.
On November 28 and 29th you will see the livestream here on this page.
Only Keynotes, Panel Discussions and Fishbowl Discussions will be streamed. Not the Small-Groups or Workshops. Check out the program about the correct times.
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Who Could Participate
NGO representatives, universities, social entrepreneurs, artist collectives etc., who are eager to work beyond borders and embark on joint projects and are coming from or professionally active in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Germany, France, Poland and Ukraine.