Agenda

  • 10:00 am

    SATELLITE EVENTS

  • 9:00 am

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    Exhibition Hall
  • 10:00 am

    OPENING

    Auditorium

    Paweł Adamowicz, Mayor of the City of Gdańsk

    Basil Kerski, European Solidarity Centre

    Andrew Rasiej, Civic Hall

    TCEE Network:
    Luna Kalas, Techsoup Europe
    Krzysztof Izdebski, ePaństwo Foundation
    Darko Brkan, Zašto Ne?

  • 10:30 am

    SESSION 1: DIGNITY

    Auditorium

    Who Will Rescue the Rescuer?

    Svetlana Zakharova, Russian LGBT Network

    Let’s Get Personal

    Katarzyna Mroczek, Activist, NVC Trainer

    Are Androids in the Government a Dystopia by Design?

    Filip Muki Dobranić, Today is a new day, Institute for other studies

    Make Technology Great Again

    Michał ‘rysiek’ Woźniak, OCCRP

    How Passionate Do You Think You Are?

    Cathy Mahoro, Migrant Women Network

  • 12:00 pm

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall
  • 12:15 pm

    PANEL SESSION: Trust me, it’s the Economy

    Auditorium

    Moderator:

    Maciej Kuziemski, European University Institute

    Panelists:

    Eliza Niewiadomska, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

    Ignacy Morawski, SpotData

    Miguel Arana Catania, City Council in Madrid

  • 1:15 pm

    LUNCH

    Exhibition Hall
  • 2:15 pm

    SESSION 2: SOLIDARITY

    Auditorium

    Telling the Truth – what donors are really thinking

    Fran Perrin, Indigo Trust

    APPsolutely Not

    Katarzyna Mikołajczyk, Citizen-Parent Foundation

    Does it Take a Murder for a Country to Wake Up?

    Zuzana Wienk, Fair-play Alliance & Ondrej Podstupka, SME

    To Live is To (For)give

    Kemal Pervanić, Human Rights Activist

    Investments for the Future

    Olena Boytsun, Omidyar Network

  • 3:45 pm

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall
  • WORKSHOPS

    3rd Floor
    Room #1 Room #2 Room #3 Room #4 Reading room
    4:00 –
    5:00 pm

    Upside-down & inside-out: How to incubate civic tech projects

    Leaders:
    Olivia Vereha & Tudor Juravlea

    Democracy and Youth with Disabilities

    Leader:
    Orkhan Aidgozel & Vakhtangi Chkhenkeli

    Using Frictionless Data to improve Data Quality

    Leader:
    Serah Rono

    7 ways to engage youth in innovation for democracy and human rights

    Leaders:
    Nadiia Babynska & Olena Ursu

    V4 meet-up: Future of Voting

    Experts:
    Pavol Lacko
    Zuzana Wienk
    Sandor Lederer
    Orsolya Barsi
    Michal Škop
    Feng Hao
    Sam Chang
    Ewa Modrzejewska
    Oleksandr Kliuzhev
    Birgitta Jónsdóttir
    Zuzana Papazoski
    Filip Pazderski
    Krzysztof Izdebski

    5:00 –
    6:00 pm

    Reimagining Education: Exploring Good Governance in Schooling Systems

    Leaders:
    Sanskruti Ghosalkar & Olga Strelyuk

    Inclusive Storytelling: Surfacing underreported voices and perspectives

    Leader:
    Daniel Rząsa

    Shaping the Future. Cross-History Dialogue

    Leaders:
    Natalia Petrova & Floriana Fossato

    All workshops are in English only.
    The organizers don't provide a translation service.

  • 9:00 am

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    Exhibition Hall
  • 10:00 am

    PANEL SESSION: Choose a side or die? The image of contemporary media

    Auditorium

    Moderator:

    Marek Tejchman, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

    Panelists:

    Roman Imielski, Gazeta Wyborcza

    Floriana Fossato, Centre for Media, Data and Society

    Ondrej Podstupka, SME

    Jacek Karnowski, Sieci

  • 10:45 am

    PANEL SESSION: Future for Digital: Big Media, Big Changes

    Auditorium

    Moderator:

    Anna Romandash, Board Member at Digital Communication Network

    Panelists:

    Esra Dogramaci, Senior Editor for Digital at Deutsche Welle

    Nick Shchetko, Senior Digital Editor for Current Time TV

    Olga Malchevska, Multimedia Producer at BBC

    Session co-organized by Digital Communication Network.

  • 11:30 am

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall
  • 11:45 am

    SESSION 3: FAIRNESS

    Auditorium

    You can remain silent. But I don’t recommend it

    Inna Shevchenko, FEMEN

    Justice 3.0, S05 Final Episode

    Jarosław Gwizdak, District Court Katowice-Zachód

    Future-Proof Institutions – Future-Proof Civil Society

    Fanny Hidvégi, Access Now

    Demons & Democracy

    Constantin Malik, Malik Institute

    Future Perfect – how to speculate about the future and drive change

    Julia Kloiber, Prototype Fund

     

  • 1:15 pm

    PANEL SESSION: Politics for a Good Life

    Auditorium

    Moderator:

    Marcin Gerwin, Specialist in Sustainable Development
    and Social Participation

    Panelists:

    Sofía de Roa, Podemos

    Birgitta Jónsdóttir, Poetician

    Jacopo Leone, OSCE

    Magdalena Kuenkel, Centre for Public Impact

  • 2:15 pm

    LUNCH

    Exhibition Hall
  • WORKSHOPS

    3rd Floor
    Room #1 Room #2 Room #3 Room #4 Reading room
    3:00 –
    4:00 pm

    Context is everything: Lessons from Civic Tech across Europe

    Leaders:
    Matt Stokes & Toby Baker

    Today's democracy as a Black Mirror episode

    Leader:
    Michal Škop

    How can cities incorporate public opinion into evidence-based policy making?

    Leader:
    Katherine Klosek

    From ‘the usual suspects’ to ‘business as usual’: how to broaden the base for citizen engagement

    Leaders:
    Zuzana Wienk
    Jacopo Leone
    Peter Varga
    Stefanos Loukopoulos
    Marcin Gerwin

    Role of Technology, specifically for Migrant & Refugee women in relation to political participation

    Leader:
    Catherine Mahoro

    4:00 –
    5:00 pm

    Creating a wepublic - Democratic Tools for Digital Society

    Leader:
    Adriana Groh

    Pump it up: The Open City for Smart Citizens!

    Leader:
    Damian Paderta

    Make the Global Field Guide to Civic Technology

    Leader:
    Matt Stempeck

    Storytelling with data: Making sure everything adds up to success

    Leader:
    Mariam Gamkharashvili

    Future that is made - speculative design and advocacy

    Leaders:
    Natalia Mileszyk, Alek Tarkowski, Jakub Koźniewski, Marcin Talarek

    5:00 –
    6:00 pm

    Civic technology: pushing through borders with TransparenCEE

    Leaders:
    Dmitri Romanovski
    Aida Ajanović
    Sandor Lederer
    Palina Brodik

    Designing for Social Cooperation

    Leader:
    Attila Bujdosó

    Designing 'Uber for Democracy:' Post-Mortem Exercise

    Leader:
    Alex Sidorenko

    How to “healthsplain” your Internet: meet Mozilla’s Internet Health Report

    Leader:
    Kasia Odrozek

    All workshops are in English only.
    The organizers don't provide a translation service.

  • 6:00 pm

    CLOSING

    Auditorium
  • Festival of Civic Tech for Demoracy
  • Instytut Kultury Miejskiej, Długi Targ 39/40, 80-830 Gdańsk (map)

  • 10:00 am

    Official welcome

  • 10:15 am

    Keynote presentations

    Informed Citizens Make Informed Laws. Experiences from American Cities

    Katya Abazajian, Sunlight Foundation

    Consul – Open Source Digital Tools not Only for Participatory Budgeting

    Miguel Arana Catania, Participation Project Director, Madrid City Council

    It’s not about the Data. Learning from Datalab Amsterdam

    Johan Groenen, Code for NL, Datalab Amsterdam, TiltShift.nl

  • 12:00 pm

    Coffee Break

  • 12:15 pm

    Second presentation session

    Open Source Govtech from the Backstage

    Dariusz Walczak, Recoded.co

    Geo-questionnaire and Geo-Discussion as Public Participation Tools in Urban Planning

    Michał Czepkiewicz, heksagon.org, Member of Jeżyce Neighborhood Council in Poznań

    Public Dialogue with Online Tools. Why is it so difficult?

    Wu Min Hsuan (Ttcat), Open Culture Foundation

    Creating and Implementing “Monitorizare Vot” App: How Civic Technology Knows no Borders

    Olivia Vereha, Code for Romania

    SENSEI – Engaging Citizens for Participatory Sensing in Finland

    Antti Knutas D.Sc. LERO – The Irish Software Research Centre Dublin: Ireland

  • 1:30 pm

    Lunch

  • 2:30 pm

    Panel session

    Is there a Future for City for All?

    Moderator:
    Krzysztof Izdebski, ePaństwo Foundation

    Panelists:
    Katya Abazajian, Sunlight Foundation

    Miguel Arana CataniaParticipation Project Director, Madrid City Council

    Krzysztof Garski, City Hall of Gdańsk

    Michał Czepkiewicz, heksagon.org, Member of Jeżyce Neighborhood Council in Poznań

  • 3:15 pm

    Third presentation session

    A bit of IT for Big Impact. Showcase of Influential Urban Activist Projects

    Łukasz Fiszer, The City is Ours association

    Supporting the Government to go Digital by Combining Tech and Youth

    Blerta Thaçi, Open Data Kosovo

    How Solutions Based on Open Data can Bring Local Authorities and Citizens Together: Practical Examples from Ukraine

    Nedim Useinov, TechSoup Europe

    Online Platform for Dialogue and Cooperation Between State Administration and Kyiv City Council with Civil Society?

    Oleg Cheslavsky & Stanislava Zakapko, Ukrainian Media Network

    “Self-enforcing e-voting”, a New Paradigm of e-voting Systems that are end-to-end Verifiable Without Involving any Lallying Authorities?

    Feng Hao, Newcastle University

  • 4:30 pm

    Closing