Re publica 13 - Eröffnung.jpg
Opening of re:publica '13. (l.r.r. Johnny Haeusler, Tanja Haeusler, Markus Beckedahl and Andreas Gebhard
Inaugurated11 to 13 April 2007
Sascha Lobos talk, stage 1, 2012
A child looks at a tablet at re:publica 2015

re:publica is a conference in Europe that deals with the Web 2.0, especially blogs, social media and information society. It annually takes place in May in Berlin. During three days talks and workshops about various topics are held, ranging from media and culture over politics and technology to entertainment. All talks and discussions are streamed directly to the internet.

The conference is organized by the operators of the German blogs Spreeblick[1] and[2] and is funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. Re:publica originates from res publica, Latin for 'public matter'.

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