Registration form for the conference DEPOLARISATION: ROAD TO DEEPER TRUST - September 29 - October 2, 2020 (all sessions are in CET)
Please note that we moved the whole conference to virtual space only! Please note all online session are scheduled in Central European Time.
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This package includes digital access up to 5 online sessions of your choice including recordings (archive) of recorded sessions.
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I sign up for following workshops/ panel discussions (see bellow):
Sept. 29 - 14:00 - 16:00 - ONLINE PANEL - BeautifulTrouble! Stories of creative action and civil resistance around the globe
How do you take an action, when social distancing measures are being strictly enforced? The principles and theories and tactics behind effective protest/actions are rooted in the same frameworks no matter the circumstances. In this panel we will discuss inspiring examples of creative activism from around the Globe.
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Sept. 30 - 9:00 - 12:30 - ONLINE WS 2 - Betting On The Right Horse: How To Successfully Counter Polarising Narratives (And Know When To Disengage)
In this workshop, you will learn how to constructively intervene when confronted with online hate-speech, conspiracy narratives, or other factors contributing to polarization. You will identify best practices for interventions based on your own experiences. Finally, you will have the chance to directly apply what you have learned in a participatory simulation exercise in a small group setting. PLEASE NOTE: This workshops finishes at 12:30, same as WS 3 and WS 4.
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Sept. 30 - 11:00 - 12:30 - ONLINE WS 3 - Rabbi, Priest and Imam in Encounter
The mighty power of words! Popular format of debate highlighting the theme in the context of coexistence and good relations demonstrated directly by the friendship of the three leaders of monotheistic religions. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 2 and WS 4.
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Sept. 30 - 11:00 - 12:30 - ONLINE WS 4 - Models of depolarization: theory & practice
The Dutch Knowledge platform Integration & Society has carried out a research into which scientific theories and practical approaches are applicable for the prevention of and dealing with undesirable polarization. In this workshop you will learn to work with these different theoretical and practical models, including few case studies on which we will demonstrate and apply the theoretical models. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 2 and WS 3.
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Sept. 30 - 13:30 - 15:00 - ONLINE WS 5 - Democratic Resilience: Civil Society Organisations as Key Actors
What can civil society realistically do in order to respond to populism and authoritarian threats? How can in particular Civil Society Organisations build resilience - civil resilience? We will bring theoretical and practical perspectives into a conversation about the success conditions for democratic, participatory, inclusive, collaborative and also political civil society work. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 6 and 7.
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Sept. 30 - 13:30 - 15:00 - ONLINE WS 6 - Without data you're just a person with an opinion
We all feel that online polarization and toxicity is on the rise, but how can we quantify this? How do we a turn a feeling into an analysis backed by data? In this workshop, we will go hands-on with the Project Grey Dashboard that leverages Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to gain insights into the landscape of polarization. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 5 and 7.
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Sept. 30 - 13:30 - 15:00 - ONLINE WS 7 - „The kids will shout that I am a stupid Hungarian.“
This was the first reaction of an 11 years Hungarian boy from Slovakia, when he was offered the opportunity to participate in a program, which aims to help minority kids to improve their Slovak language as well as to build understanding between majority and minority through individual experience. The journey of a civic initiative creating Hungarian – Slovak pairs to overcome barriers, fears and stereotypes. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 5 and 6.
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Sept. 30 - 15:30 - 17:00 - ONLINE WS 8 - Can technology save (replace) our critical thinking?
Algorithms are hidden forces that shape our realities. They determine what we see, hear and read. Technologies and platforms got people more connected, but they eroded trust among them at the same time. In this panel discussion led by a virtual personality - Checkbot - and subsequent breakout session, we will try to find answers and share best practices on how technology can help rebuild trust, improve critical thinking & media literacy skills, and depolarize societies. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 9.
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Sept. 30 - 15:30 - 17:00 - ONLINE WS 9 - How to build trust in time of polarisation: strategies and tools
This workshop will explore how COVID-19 can drive hate, division, and violence - particularly for vulnerable groups. We will discuss how COVID-19 interacts with and amplifies existing risk factors for violence, including particular dangerous communication patterns and underlying psycho-social dynamics.
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October 1 - 9:00 - 10:30 - ONLINE PANEL - Radical Trust with Ozlem Cekic and Iva Mrvová
What does it mean to trust anyone? How far do we have to go in order to gain trust? How easy it is to lose someone's trust? Getting out of your comfort zone to meet someone whom you may fear or hate is certainly not easy, but some people did it.
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October 1 - 11:00 - 12:30 - ONLINE PANEL - Media, Trust and Polarisation with Jessika Aro and Jedrzej Malko
What is the role of media in depolarised societies and building trust? How do you build trust with your audience and with your respondents? What happens to the relationships we built with people in order to write a story and the story is not shedding very positive light on them?
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October 1 - 13:30 - 15:00 - Parallel online workshop 1: Polarisation in Schools with Dušan Ondrušek
The aim of this workshop is to understand the dynamics of polarisation in any class environment, especially in primary and secondary schools. What are the prevention steps, how to engage a third party for conflict transformation, how to get the polarisation under control or to at least reduce it´s negative effects? PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 2 and WS 3.
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October 1 - 13:30 - 15:00 - Parallel online workshop 2: The "Meme culture" and radicalization with Carmine Rodi Falanga
The rise of right-wing, nationalist and populist ideologies is happening through social and digital media and "memes". Its effects move from the online world to the offline, in highly coordinated and elaborated strategies.This session explores the so-called "Alt Right" and “Alt Light” cultures and their influence on contemporary youth - focusing on their unscrupulous and outrageous use of "memes" and online humor. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 1 and WS 3.
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October 1 - 13:30 - 15:00 - Parallel online workshop 3: Advancing Human Rights Amidst Polarization with Laura Livingston (USA) / Lubica Stanek (Slovakia) / Rachel Brown (USA)
This workshop will explore approaches to advancing human rights and promoting a civic state amidst intense polarization. As part of this, the session will review the science and research on identity-based polarization -- how it takes hold and intensifies, the impact of threat, and possibilities for counteracting or limiting these dynamics. The session will then turn to responses to these dynamics. PLEASE NOTE: this is a parallel workshop, it is scheduled on the same time as ONLINE WS 1 and WS 2.
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October 1 - 15:30 - 17:00 - Online World Café with Dušan Ondrušek and Karolína Miková
In this concluding session we will engage all participants in a dialogue that will serve as a networking coffee break, during which the participants will have an opportunity to share their best lessons learnt from the conference as well as think about incorporating them into their own activity or mission plans. We will explore questions such as "To whom a how do we choose to trust? How can we, as civic actors, increase trust in the society?"
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