Protest

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How activists develop future scenarios

Doable! Creating future through protest(ing)

Climate strike, ‘#unteilbar’, ‘A100 Stoppen’, G20, farmers’ demonstrations, Mary 2.0 – people protest for a variety of reasons and with different methods.

20Feb2020

Futurium

Free admission.

Further informations:

  • Duration:1 hour and 30 minutes
Protest

Photo: Oinegue / iStock

They join together in action alliances, form protest movements, organize rallies, block traffic and symbolic places, sign online petitions, temporarily take websites offline or attract attention with spectacular art actions. Protest is thus a central instrument of democratic interference, which in principle anyone can use at any time.

Thus, protests are always also about helping to determine the course of history. But how exactly do activists develop new visions of the future and new possibilities for action? Which visions of the future, dark or utopian, inspire protest? And how does protest shape the future?

A joint event of the Institute for Protest and Movement Research and
Futurium.

Information

Venue: Forum
Admission:
free
Language:
German

ACCESSIBILITY

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