For 14 years, re:publica stands for diversity in an open society. This applies locally and of course also online. Because for us it goes without saying that no one should be discriminated on the basis of age, gender, appearance, sexual orientation, physical or mental abilities, skin colour, origin or religion.
Support us and be active in ensuring that re:publica 2020 in Berlin fully reflects this openness in all its variants. Treat others with respect and help create a good atmosphere for open conversation. This includes your comments and posts on blogs, websites, the twittersphere and other social networks.
We subscribe to a reflective, moderate demeanour and interaction with others and hope to be treated the same by you. Please act responsibly on all platforms and practice de-escalation before conflicts arise. Whether online or offline, we do not tolerate any form of hate, defamation, intimidation, threats, patronising comments or behaviour and will respond to any incidents accordingly. Furthermore, during the re:publica event we will not tolerate verbal hostility, stalking, physical altercations of any kind or people who act out negatively and disrupt sessions and/or stage events. The photographing and filming of participants without their explicit permission is prohibited.
Contribute in making our re:publica 2020 a great and memorable event. Help to make everyone feel safe and do not hesitate to approach us or others if you need help or support. Troublemakers will be reprimanded and we reserve the right to exclude them from events and, in extreme cases, the re:publica area. If someone feels unduly accused or unfairly treated, they should turn to us and we will try to mediate the matter with all involved parties.
Any questions? More on this and other information can be found through our FAQ. If you have any other issues to bring up, you can reach us via the contact form. Questions regarding tickets can be asked directly via: ticket at re-publica.com.