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re:campaign - for people who give a damn!

2013-03-19 11:30

Have you done your good deed for the day by fighting for equality, diversity, and environmental protection yet? At the re:campaign, you’ll have the chance to meet various campaign initiators. From 6 – 7 May at STATION-Berlin, NGOs, foundations, and other civil society actors will discuss online campaigns and social media.

The re:campaign is re:publica’s little sister and deals with how an NGO’s online communication can increase political participation and representation. With the German federal parliamentary election only six months away the election campaigning of the individual parties offers the chance of giving a voice to society’s concerns. re:campaign’s “best campaign on the web” shows how this can be done.

Along with current, concrete knowledge on how to use the web 2.0 for not-for-profit initiatives, re:campaign will discuss the most important trends and strategies in digital campaigning: how do cross-media strategies fit alongside the needs of personalised communication? How can dramaturgical depths exist next to focussed messages? Can community organisation really exist without hierarchies? re:campaign 2013 focuses on establishing dialog between competing strategies. 

Check out for tickets. Remember that re:campaign tickets allow you access all three days of re:publica. Conversely, re:publica tickets allow access to re:campaign workshops. 

re:campaign 2013 is an event by Oxfam Deutschland, AEST, newthinking communications, and Socialbar. For more information go to or send an email to:

Controversial, political, practical. re-campaign 2013 – for all web savvy activists!

*Photo CC-BY 2.0 by Joerg Farys/Die Projektoren