Citizens in Action — that’s the theme of this year’s Berlin SenseCamp. We’ll be discussing (and enacting!) participative democracy and citizen engagement through a series of talks and workshops led by social innovators and by the participants. As always, you can expect loads of fun along with fascinating discussions with engaged people, all of this across several outstanding locations in Berlin!
What is a SenseCamp?
SenseCamp Berlin is an unconference for social entrepreneurship and innovation. It brings together the Berlin social startup ecosystem for an interactive and fun event!
SenseCamps have happened all over the world, from São Paulo to Singapore, and have featured speakers such as Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Liam Black, Charles Eisenstein, and many more.
The SenseCamp will start on Friday afternoon, and end on Sunday evening
Friday afternoon — SenseTour: we will visit Prinzessinengarten and get inspired by several social enterpreneurs.
Friday evening — SenseDrink: Social drink @ Prinzessinnengärten
Saturday whole day (Lunch is included!) — Main SenseCamp Day: workshops, speakers, Pitch sessions and networking @ EV Schule Berlin Zentrum
Saturday night till dawn — NonSense Party @ Auster Club
Sunday from 12 (Brunch is included, too!): Morning Yoga with Zen Yoga by Dynamic Mindfulness, Barcamp (workshops curated and led by the participants), and other creative activities TBC @ Spreefeld
Speakers and Workshops (we will release more names and details soon):
Change.org — Annika Heintz
Civocracy — Héloise Le Masne
CUBE.Your Take on Europe — Verena Riedmiller
Futures Of Europe — Moritz Borchardt
Liquid Democracy — Jana Gaehler
GlobalMatch — Katharina Jung
OSCEDays — Lars Zimmermann
SINGA Deutschland — Sima Gatea
Taqanu — Balázs Némethi
Waynak Task force // MakeSense Webdoc — Ronan De La Croix
The Architectural Post — Hadi Soufan
Video from 2015