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Practical Information

 

Innocracy 2021 will take place at KINDL – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst.

The venue is easily accessible by Berlin public transport and is fully wheelchair-accessible. (Click here to find your way there.)

We are committed to running a safe and responsible event in order to safeguard the health of our participants, team members and service providers. Therefore, on-site participation will be subject to the current hygiene and social distancing regulations of the city of Berlin. On-site participants will receive details via email shortly before the event.

To join Innocracy on-site, you will be asked to either present proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative Covid test result (“3G rules”). Click here to find a testing option close to you.

Innocracy 2021 will take place as a hybrid event. The first day of Innocracy will be fully virtual. On day two, participants can choose to join us on-site in Berlin or continue participating online. Please register accordingly.

All registered participants will receive their digital access details and/or details regarding on-site participation a week before the first conference day.

Please note that certain sessions, both digital and on-site, have limited capacity and/or are by invitation only. This structure is part of our efforts to create an equally valuable conference experience for both our remote and our on-site participants.

Contact Us

Questions or tech problems? We are happy to assist. Contact our Event Manager Tanya Shoshan via question@innocracy.eu or consult the frequently asked questions below.

FAQ

Do you have a question about Innocracy 2020? Consult the frequently asked questions below!

General

What does Innocracy mean and what is it?

“Innocracy” (a neologism that combines “innovation” & “democracy”) is one of the largest conferences on democratic innovation and transformation in Europe. Since its first edition in 2017, it takes place annually and is organised by Das Progressive Zentrum. Read more about it here.

Which organisation(s) stand behind Innocracy?

Innocracy is organised by Das Progressive Zentrum together with a range of partners. Discover this year’s partners. For more information on last years’ conferences and partners, head to the “About” section.

What time zone are the sessions in?

All sessions are listed in Central European Time (CEST; time zone of Berlin, Germany).

What types of sessions does the Innocracy offer?

Find out more about our session formats here.

Is there a fee to attend the event?

No. Admission to the conference is free of charge.

Registration

Do I need to register?

Yes, in order to participate in the conference, please register here.

 

I have registered but I have not yet received a confirmation email.

We are happy you want to join Innocracy 2021! Please note that our team may take up to 7 days to process your registration and send you a confirmation. Please do not register twice and remember to check your spam folder. If you have not received any confirmation within 7 days of registering, please let us know via question@innocracy.eu.

 

Is the number of participants limited for certain sessions?

On-site participation: Yes, every on-site session has limited capacity due to social distancing rules. To make sure that everyone can participate for the entire duration of the conference, we have planned several concurrent sessions for participants to distribute across.

Online participation: Yes, certain sessions are by invitation only.

Participation

I did not receive an invitation - can I still participate?

Yes, however, you need to register using our registration form here. If you have already registered and have not yet received a confirmation, please wait for a few days until you message our support team via question@innocracy.eu. Sometimes it takes a while to send out the personal invites. Thank you for your patience!

Will there be any recordings of the summit available?

Yes. Except for our Toolbox Classes and some of the Lightning Talks that exclusively take place on-site, we will record and publish the sessions of Innocracy 2021. You will find the recordings on this website.

Is the number of participants limited for certain sessions?

On-site participation: Yes, every on-site session has limited capacity due to social distancing rules. To make sure that everyone can participate for the entire duration of the conference, we have planned several concurrent sessions for participants to distribute across.

Online participation: Yes, certain sessions are by invitation only.

What does “invitation only” mean?

Certain sessions have limited capacity and are by invitation only. This means that you cannot register for these sessions via the normal registration form on this website. Prospective participants will be invited via email. Creating the invitation-only sessions is part of our efforts to ensure that both the remote and on-site participants can take part in a variety of formats.

What is the working language of Innocracy 2021?

The working language of the Innocracy conference is English.

Tech Details

If I have a technical issue, who can I write?

Please contact our support team via question@innocracy.eu. A team member will do their best to assist you as soon as possible.

Which platform or software will be used during the virtual part of the Innocracy?

Innocracy 2021 is a hybrid event. The online part is held on Zoom. Registered participants will receive their access details right before the first conference day.

What equipment do I need to participate?

To participate, you will need a computer, tablet or smartphone with internet access and speakers.

Covid-19 Safety Measures

Which safety measures are taken at the conference venue in light of the Covid-19 pandemic?

We are committed to running a safe and responsible event in order to safeguard the health of our participants, team members and service providers. Therefore, on-site participation will be subject to the current hygiene and social distancing regulations of the city of Berlin. On-site participants will receive details shortly before the event.

Will I need to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative Covid test result?

Yes, in order to join Innocracy on-site, you will be asked to either present proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative Covid test result (“3G rules”). Click here to find a testing option close to you.