Agenda

  • 9:00 am

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    Exhibition Hall

  • 10:00 am

    OPENING

    Auditorium
    Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of Gdańsk
    Kacper Dziekan, European Solidarity Centre
    Andrew Rasiej, Founder of Personal Democracy Forum and Civic Hall
    TransparenCEE Network:
    Karolina Wysocka, TechSoup Europe
    Marta Skotnicka, ePaństwo Foundation
    Danira Karović, CA Why not
    Orsolya Barsi, K-Monitor
  • 10:30 am

    SESSION 1: BROKEN FEEDBACK CIRCLE

    Auditorium

    Let’s Not Break Democracy by Mistake
    Martin Tisné, Luminate

    Hostile Narratives or How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Disinformation
    Massimo Flore, European Commission

    Global Trolling in the Times of Digital Propaganda
    Marta Ardashelia, Sova News

    2019 Digital Challenge: Protecting Election Information Online
    Marta Poślad, Google

    Kintsugi to Fix the Broken Circle
    Liljana Pecova-Ilieska, IMPETUS

  • 12:00 pm

    NETWORKING

    Auditorium

  • 12:15 pm

    LUNCH

    Exhibition Hall

  • 1:15 pm

    SESSION 2: CITIZEN FAKE-XPERIENCE

    Auditorium

    Post-TruthTrust
    Corina Rebegea & Milda Matačiūnaitė-Boyce, Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA)

    Who Targets Me (us) And What Can I (we) Do About It
    Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon

    How Not to Suck at Citizen Participation: 3 Step Programme
    Imants Breidaks, ManaBalss

    Overcoming the Sin of Silence: Let’s Start with Basic Questions
    Natalia Mileszyk, Centrum Cyfrowe

    How to Fix the Future
    Andrew Rasiej, Civic Hall

  • 2:45 pm

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall

  • WORKSHOPS

    3rd Floor

    Workshops are conducted in English apart from the session "Accessibility of public services for the native deaf: Is technology bringing effective solutions?" which will be in Polish. The organizers provide interpretation ONLY for the following sessions: "Media Under Attack - panel discussion" and "Accessibility of public services for the native deaf: Is technology bringing effective solutions?". These sessions will also be translated to Polish Sign Language.

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

    Future Citizen

    Leader: Joanna Skorupska

    Can we, without voting, reach consensus in under 30 minutes? A civic tech facilitated group experiment

    Leader: Iwan Ittermann

    Online Tools for Fact-Checking and Verifying the Source, Image, Video, Text and Location

    Leader: Marek Miller

    What Do We Trust? Session on Information Integrity in Political Discourse.

    Leader: Zuzana Papazoski
    Experts: Sandor Lederer, Katarina Klingová, Rasťo Kužel, Jan Lipavský

    Media Under Attack - panel discussion

    Moderator: Justyna Suchecka
    Panelists: Matthew Kasper, Vasyl Pekhno, Edit Zgut

    Searching for Collaborative Solutions to the Problem of Harmful Online Content

    Leader: Stefania Koskova

    4:00 –
    5:00 pm

    Drones For Good: Changing Our Perspective From Above

    Leader: Johnny Miller

    Accessibility of public services for the native Deaf: Is technology bringing effective solutions?

    Leaders: Maciej Kowalski, Aga Osytek, Agnieszka Szeliga, Oskar Wiśniewski, Tomasz Filipowicz

    5:00 –
    6:00 pm

    How to Stop Launching Poor Projects (and Love SCRUM)

    Leader: Alexey Sidorenko

    Strategic Planning for Disadvantaged Communities

    Leader: Andreea Maier

    Invisible Cities. Breaking Social Exclusion & Building Trust

    Leader: Ilias Nikezis

    The First 5 Steps for Authoritarian Government to Regulate The Internet

    Leaders: Andrew Sushko, Joanna Szymańska, Alexander Isavnin

  • 9:00 am

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    Exhibition Hall

  • 10:00 am

    How to Defend the Free Media?

    Auditorium

    Panelists:

    Christian Davies, The Guardian
    Gergely Dudás, Independent Media Expert
    Irina Nedeva, Association of European Journalists

    Moderator: Bartosz Wieliński, Gazeta Wyborcza

  • 11:15 am

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall

  • 11:30 am

    SESSION 3: GOOD COLLABORATION HURTS

    Auditorium

    Collaboration Kills Competition
    Lukas Mocek, Luftdaten

    How to Do Good and Not Win a Million Enemies Along the Way
    Oleg Naumenko, Independent PM and Media Consultant

    Words Can Hurt: How Hate Speech Becomes Hate Crime and How to Prevent it
    Marie Heřmanová, Anthropictures & Lucia Jamrišková, #somtu

    DIY Toolkit for Accountable Politics
    Sergejus Muravjovas, Transparency International Lithuania

    How Can Artificial Intelligence Help Us Overcome Evil with Good?
    Michał Wroczyński, Samurai Labs

  • 1:00 am

    LUNCH

    Exhibition Hall

  • 2:00 pm

    In Technology We Trust. Is Gov Tech the Answer?

    Auditorium

    Panelists:

    Justyna Orłowska, Gov Tech Polska
    Pablo Aragón, Universitat Pompeu Fabra / Eurecat
    Teele Pehk, Democracy Artist, Changemaker, Urbanist
    Nataliia Vyniarchuk, Transparency International Ukraine

    Moderator: Marek Tejchman, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

  • 3:15 pm

    OFFICIAL CLOSING

    Auditorium

  • 3:45 pm

    COFFEE BREAK

    Exhibition Hall

  • WORKSHOPS

    3rd Floor

    Workshops are conducted in English apart from the session "Why Don't We Believe in the Global Warming?" which will be in Polish. The organizers provide interpretation ONLY for the following sessions: "And what did you do today to break your information bubble?". This session will also be translated to Polish Sign Language.

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

    What works when nothing does? Applying theory of “Bright Spots” to civic engagement

    Leader: Tamar Gzirishvili

    Trust building in the city: perspectives of judge and electoral candidate

    Leader: Jarosław Gwizdak

    Why Don't We Believe in the Global Warming?

    Moderator: Katarzyna Jagiełło
    Experts: Wojciech Burkot, Ryszard Gajewski, prof. Szymon Malinowski, Dominika Wantuch

    Do We Trust Democracy? Quo Vadis EU and CEE?

    Moderator: Peter Varga
    Experts: Sandor Lederer, Igor Vidačak, Ieva Kimontaitė

    And What Did You Do Today to Break Your Information Bubble?

    Moderator: Filip A. Gołębiewski & Wiktor Nowak
    Experts: Beata Biel, Marta Kowalska, Bartosz Pawłowski

    How to make easy but qualified fact-check for only 60 seconds?

    Leader: Tasha Sokolova

    5:00 –
    6:00 pm

    A Technopolitical Approach for the Design of Civic Technologies

    Leader: Pablo Aragón

    Javna Rasprava - Connecting Citizens & Parliamentarists

    Leader: Damir Dajanović

  • Festival of Civic Tech for Democracy
  • 9:30 am

    REGISTRATION

  • 10:00 am

    WHAT TRIGGERS GOV TECH?

    Platform cooperativism: a democratic response to digital threats
    Jan J. Zygmuntowski, Instrat Foundation

    Making civic engagement great again: the role of tech in open government
    Tamar Gzirishvili, NDI Georgia

    How can a hackathon be used to support better services for public institutions?
    Ewa Drygalska, PJATK
     
    Civic tech end game: closing the feedback loop or becoming governmental? Dozorro case
    Nataliia Vyniarchuk, Transparency International Ukraine

     

  • 10:50 am

    DIGITALLY-ENABLED CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT

    Digital Platform for Public Participation
    Aferdita Pustina, OSCE Mission in Kosovo

    Darkside of e-democracy
    Victor Gursky, Social Boost

    Digital tools for civic engagement in Gdańsk. Lessons learnt for the future
    Krzysztof Garski, The City of Gdansk

    Decidim, free open-source participatory democracy for cities and organizations
    Pablo Aragón, Universitat Pompeu Fabra/Eurecat

  • 11:20 am

    Panel discussion

    Moderator: Michał Hetmański, Instrat Foundation

  • 12:00 am

    LUNCH

  • 1:00 pm

    LUFTDATEN - HOW CIVIC TECH TURNS INTO GOV TECH?

    Different Perspectives on the Problem of Smog
    Marta Wójcicka, City is Ours

    Air Quality in Bologna Bottom-up initiatives, Citizen engagement
    Chiara Caranti, Office of Sustainable Growth in Bologna

    Citizen Engagement and Maximum Impact – Luftdaten in Bulgaria
    Stefan Dimitrov, AirBG.info

    Lufdaten project – benefits for antismog activists
    Maciej Pilch, Warsaw Smog Alert

  • 1:30 pm

    Panel discussion

    Moderator: Poonam Balan, Luftdaten

  • 02:15 pm

    Coffe break

  • 2:30 pm

    WORKSHOPS

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

    Hexo Curie
    2:30 –
    4:00 pm

    Tradeoffs from extracting value from open data on public procurement. Evidence from Ukraine and the case of Poland

    Leaders: Andriy Kucherenko & Ivan Lakhtionov

    What’s the Level of Smog? Measure It Yourself!

    Leaders: Lukas Mocek & Krzysztof Daszuta

  • 4:00 pm

    CLOSING