• 05/06/2015

    We are truly sorry, the following sessions have been cancelled.

  • 05/06/2015

    re:publica would be unthinkable without it, and it's happening on all three days of #rp15: our Net Politics track. Read what the Netzpolitik.org editors recommend for Day 2!

  • 05/05/2015

    The fastest book In the world: our re:ader #rdr15 #rp15 has arrived for Day 1 of re:publica 2015!

  • 05/05/2015

    First time at re:publica? We want you to have a great time – right from the start! 

  • 05/05/2015

    "It is our digital society. We have to get involved and make a difference for the digital world," says Markus Beckedahl, co-founder of re:publica and editor-in-chief of the blognetzpolitik.org, in his opening speech of #rp15. Read the whole speech here.

  • 05/05/2015

    newthinking, co-founder of the re:publica, is initiating a technology week: Experts of the technology industry will meet at the Postbahnhof in Berlin from May 31st till June 6th, 2015 to kick off the cooperation with Mobile Seasons GmbH, droidcon's trademark holder.

  • 05/05/2015

    Just in time for Day 1 of re:publica 2015, Tanja and Johnny Haeusler of Spreeblick Publishing are launching their new project: TINCON, a “festival for digital youth culture“, will take place from May 20th until May 27th, 2016. 

  • 05/05/2015

    Do you feel safe? Unobserved? Anonymous? You are not. Data preservation and mass surveillance are threaten our fundamental rights on the Internet. Therefore, our partner F-Secure is taking action to show why privacy and security are such important issues – the container on the site of the re:publica will let you peek into the ugly truth.

     

  • 05/05/2015

    It just so happens that something is cancelled or postponed. Good news is, we have additional sessions for you today! Have a look at the list.

  • 05/05/2015

    An hour ago, re:publica 2015 was officially opened on Stage 1 at the STATION-Berlin. Yay!

  • 05/04/2015

    re:publica wouldn’t be possible without it, and it is happening on all three days of #rp15 – our Net Politics track. Read the overview by the editorial department of Netzpolitik.org.

  • 05/04/2015

    Sometimes it all adds up. Just in time for re:publica, the train drivers of Deutsche Bahn go on strike. Good news is, all those staying at home or travelling in delayed trains can follow the events on the Main Stage easily on our live streaming service.