Use our co-working area to retreat, work in between or during some of the sessions.
After the last session, join us for a get-together with drinks, food and music from 8:00 pm – 12:00 am (8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Happy Hour).
Explore the Innocracy exhibition: #MyDemocratisation aims to capture human perceptions, memories, and wishes around democratisation efforts.
For more and more people, the future is no longer a promise but a threat. They feel a sense of powerlessness in the face of global developments such as the climate crisis, economic transformation and cultural backlashes.
We believe, for the 2020s to become a decade of transformation, it also has to become a decade of democratisation. At Innocracy 2021, we want to identify fields which are excluded or are being removed from democratic control and explore whether and how (re-)democratising them could lead to a better future.
Innocracy is a European civil-society conference based in Berlin. Since 2017, once a year, Innocracy explores innovations in democracies. From reflections on the status quo, via practical examples of change to painting tangible future visions, the conference seeks to improve liberal democracy from the inside out. Innocracy is known for its community character, innovative formats and future-oriented debates.
innocracy 2020: Revisit Last Year's Edition
In 2020, a digital version of Innocracy focused on future visions of more just democracies and their strategic value for societies in transformation. Under the title “Bringing the Future Back to Democracy”, more than 30 partner organisations, 60 speakers and 1000 participants experienced three days of keynotes, toolbox classes, vision sprints and panel discussions.
The Innocracy Team
Innocracy 2021 is powered by a dedicated team at Das Progressive Zentrum. Meet the people behind the conference!