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What keeps our society together?

Nina Smidt of the ZEIT Stiftung welcomes the audience, Photo: Phil DeraImpulse statement of Robert Habeck, Photo: Phil DeraFull house un Kalkscheune, Photo: Phil DeraWho would give 10% of his income for a good cause? Photo: Phil DeraSteffen Mau, Photo: Phil DeraFranca Parianen, Photo: Phil DeraThe Panelists (f.l.t.r.: Steffen Mau, Franca Parianen, Robert Habeck & moderator Evelyn Seibert), Photo: Phil DeraRobert Habeck, Foto: Phil DeraThe panelists, Nina Smidt and Andreas Wilkes, managing director VF, Photo: Phil Dera
Nina Smidt of the ZEIT Stiftung welcomes the audience, Photo: Phil Dera
Impulse statement of Robert Habeck, Photo: Phil Dera
Full house un Kalkscheune, Photo: Phil Dera
Who would give 10% of his income for a good cause? Photo: Phil Dera
Steffen Mau, Photo: Phil Dera
Franca Parianen, Photo: Phil Dera
The Panelists (f.l.t.r.: Steffen Mau, Franca Parianen, Robert Habeck & moderator Evelyn Seibert), Photo: Phil Dera
Robert Habeck, Foto: Phil Dera
The panelists, Nina Smidt and Andreas Wilkes, managing director VF, Photo: Phil Dera

The gap between the rich and the poor also opens up in Germany. Political, economic and social contradictions collide and endanger social cohesion in our modern society. Although this cohesion is of such great importance for the stability of a community and democracy. The ZEIT Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius and the Veranstaltungsforum Holtzbrinck Publishing Group will address this issue with the series of events "What keeps our society together?". The series of events started in 2017.

"Sharing with each other. What about our solidarity?" - 26 November 2019

If you look at the numbers, our society is doing well. Nevertheless, many people feel that they are left behind. The call for redistribution can be heard again and again. To give something of what one possesses gives many people a positive feeling. But when are we ready to share prosperity and privileges with others? And with whom do we share? Does the strong individualisation of society lead to less solidarity or are we solidary enough?

Panellists:

  • Dr. Robert Habeck, Federal Chairman Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
  • Prof. Dr. Steffen Mau, Macrosociologist, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Franca Parianen, Neuroscientist and Research Associate, Helmholtz Institute, University of Utrecht

Moderation: Evelyn Seibert, SWR correspondent, ARD Capital Studio

 

Nina Smidt, ZEIT-Stiftung welcomes the audience, Photo: Phil DeraModerator Heinrich Wefing, Photo: Phil DeraSabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger gives an impulse lecture, Photo: Phil DeraGesche Joost, Photo: Phil DeraHeinz Bude, Photo: Phil DeraThe panelists and moderator Heinrich Wefing, Photo: Phil DeraSabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, Photo: Phil DeraQuestions from the audience, Photo: Phil DeraMarkus Beckedahl, Photo: Phil DeraPhoto: Phil Dera
Nina Smidt, ZEIT-Stiftung welcomes the audience, Photo: Phil Dera
Moderator Heinrich Wefing, Photo: Phil Dera
Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger gives an impulse lecture, Photo: Phil Dera
Gesche Joost, Photo: Phil Dera
Heinz Bude, Photo: Phil Dera
The panelists and moderator Heinrich Wefing, Photo: Phil Dera
Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, Photo: Phil Dera
Questions from the audience, Photo: Phil Dera
Markus Beckedahl, Photo: Phil Dera
Photo: Phil Dera

70 Years Basic Law. Does the Constitution protect our digital society?" - 10 September 2019

It is impossible to imagine the discussion about a common social canon of values without it: the Basic Law. For 70 years, the Basic Law has guaranteed the rights of individuals and collective social rights. Digitalisation in almost all areas of life has raised new questions. Is our Basic Law sufficient for this? Does it protect us sufficiently or do we need special basic digital rights?

Panellists:

  • Markus Beckedahl, founder and editor-in-chief, netzpolitik.org and founder, re:publica
  • Prof. Dr. Heinz Bude, Professor of Macrosociology, University of Kassel and co-initiator, Digital Charter
  • Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost, Head, Design Research Lab, Berlin University of the Arts and Principal Investigator, Weizenbaum Institute for Networked Society
  • Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, former Federal Minister of Justice

Moderation: Dr. Heinrich Wefing, Head of Politics Department, DIE ZEIT

 

 

Moderator Evi Seibert interviews the audience, photo: Phil DeraJagoda Marinic talking about her work at the Intercultural Centre, photo: Phil DeraThe panellists, photo: Phil DeraKübra Gümüsay, photo: Phil DeraJagoda Marinic, photo: Phil DeraNora Markard, photo: Phil DeraQuestions and answers, photo: Phil DeraAndreas Wilkes of Veranstaltungsforum, photo: Phil Deraphoto: Phil Dera
Moderator Evi Seibert interviews the audience, photo: Phil Dera
Jagoda Marinic talking about her work at the Intercultural Centre, photo: Phil Dera
The panellists, photo: Phil Dera
Kübra Gümüsay, photo: Phil Dera
Jagoda Marinic, photo: Phil Dera
Nora Markard, photo: Phil Dera
Questions and answers, photo: Phil Dera
Andreas Wilkes of Veranstaltungsforum, photo: Phil Dera
photo: Phil Dera

Topic "Same Rights. Same Position. Who takes care of the community?" - 26 June 2019

Society is becoming more diverse, more enlightened, more tolerant. So it seems. Looking at the leading figures in politics, business and science, women, people from the eastern German states or with a migration background are still clearly outnumbered. The demand for "equal pay for equal work" has not yet been fully implemented. How can equal rights be implemented in society and what can we do about it?

Panellists:

  • Kübra Gümüsay, freelance journalist, activist and social media consultant
  • Jagoda Marinic, authoress, columnist and cultural manager
  • Prof. Dr. Nora Markart, professor of public law, Hamburg University and member of the executive board, Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte e.V.

Moderation: Evelyn Seibert, correspondent SWR, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio

Dr. Nina Smidt, ZEIT-Stiftung greets the audience, Foto: Phil DeraModerator Evelyn Seibert, photo: Phil DeraLiza Pflaum - Aktion Seebrücke talks about her initiative, photo: Phil DeraSebastian Haunss, head of research group "Social Conflicts" University Bremen, photo: Phil DeraSebastian Stricker - Share, photo: Phil DeraLiza Pflaum - Aktion Seebrücke, photo: Phil DeraThe panellists and moderator Evelyn Seibert, photo: Phil DeraPhoto: Phil Dera
Dr. Nina Smidt, ZEIT-Stiftung greets the audience, Foto: Phil Dera
Moderator Evelyn Seibert, photo: Phil Dera
Liza Pflaum - Aktion Seebrücke talks about her initiative, photo: Phil Dera
Sebastian Haunss, head of research group "Social Conflicts" University Bremen, photo: Phil Dera
Sebastian Stricker - Share, photo: Phil Dera
Liza Pflaum - Aktion Seebrücke, photo: Phil Dera
The panellists and moderator Evelyn Seibert, photo: Phil Dera
Photo: Phil Dera

Topic "Living together. How much activism does society need?"

Activists and social movements took a significant influence the younger German history and the development of society and the economy. New concepts of shared economy and “common weal economy” are challenging the common ideals of the economy. How does activism effect society and economy? How important are active citizens and activistc movements for the society and where are their limits?

Podiumsgäste:

  • Dr. Sebastian Haunss, Head of research group "social conflicts", SOCIUM, Bremen University 
  • Liza Pflaum, activist, initiative "Seebrücke" (Seabridge)
  • Dr. Sebastian Stricker, Founder and CEO, share GmbH

Moderation: Evelyn Seibert, Korrespondentin SWR, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio

 

Information

26 November 2019
7 pm
Kalkscheune, Johannisstraße 2, 10117 Berlin

Topic
Sharing with each other. What about our solidarity?

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