A weekend seminar organized by the Open Search Foundation in cooperation with the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing

On the weekend of March 1-3, the Open Search Foundation and the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing are hosting a public conference focussed on freedom of information on the Internet. Come discuss with bestselling authors and experts from all over Germany and take away specific tips.

Located directly at Lake Starnberg, the castle of the Evangelische Akademie Tutzing offers a picturesque setting that is well suited for a weekend of lectures, workshops and discussions. 14 speakers with economic, scientific, social and clerical backgrounds will share their expertise and thoughts on the current and future digital landscape. Among them are media scientist and bestselling author Dr. Martin Andree (“Big Tech muss weg”), Lajla Fetic (expert on AI and digital policy), Dr. Nicolas Dierks (philosopher, author and podcaster), (Instagram) pastor Dr. Sabrina Wilkenshof and many others.

Together, we will take a look behind the scenes of search engines, social media and other digital services and shed light on social, information policy and ethical aspects. A team from the Common Grounds Forum will contribute the views of young people: In the debugging digitalization workshop, students will do a ‘reality check’ for digital policy.

Information and registration directly via the website of the Protestant Academy Tutzing

Key informagtion at a glance

  • The conference is open to the public. No specialist knowledge is required.
  • Costs incl. conference fee, accommodation, full board depending on accommodation from 215 euros. Students receive a 50 percent discount.
  • Location: Tutzing near Munich.
  • Registration deadline:  23 February 2024.