The following is a selection of our projects.

© S.I.G.N.A.L. e.V.

The event "(Initial) Health care after sexualized violence"

of the Coordination and Intervention Center and the office of the Round Table Berlin - Health Care for Domestic and Sexualized Violence, S.I.G.N.A.L. e.V. took place online on September 10, 2021. The conference was attended by a total of about 150 representatives from the fields of health care, anti-violence work, child and youth welfare, police/justice, administration, politics and science. Ms. Dilek Kalayci, Senator for Health, Care and Equality, opened the event via video. Victims of sexualized violence reported on their experiences in short interviews. After presentations from specialists in science, medicine and other fields, the participants were able to become active and discuss various topics in eight parallel workshops. At the end, the declaration "Ensure comprehensive initial medical care after rape. Close gaps in care!" of the S.I.G.N.A.L. e.V. was presented, which was supported with overwhelming agreement of the participants.

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Consultation and conception of the virtual event, set-up of the digital infrastructure, registration, preparation of the production plan and briefing materials for participants, briefing of speakers and moderators, technical support, implementation
© DIPF

The science-led quality dialogue on all-day care

of the DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education organized a series of workshops on "Success factors for good all-day programs". The 12 webinars on six different topics took place online between January 15 and May 11, 2021. After presentations and panel discussions by experts from academia and practice, the 40-80 participants were able to exchange ideas verbally and in the form of a writing conversation on the padlet. There was also the possibility for the participants to exchange ideas in smaller groups during breakout sessions.

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Consulting for didactic and org. design of virtual events, creation of detailed schedules, technical briefings and padlets, write-up of digital infrastructure, guideline for moderation, technical moderation, recording of greetings, implementation
© REKLIM

The conference "Regional Climate Change in the Coastal Region - Shaping our Future Together"

by the research network REKLIM "Regional Climate Change and Humans" of the Helmholtz Association was held on June 8, 2021. The event took place purely digitally this year as part of the annual REKLIM regional conferences due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to a series of presentations and Q&A sessions on the consequences of climate change in the German coastal zone, there was a panel discussion on the question "Why is the climate now more important than ever?". In the interactive "Klönschnack" on SpatialChat, the participants had the opportunity to exchange ideas with the renowned speakers from science and civil society during a lunch break.  In an informal setting, they were able to ask specific questions about the state of research and discuss possible challenges and approaches.

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Consulting and conception of the virtual event, set-up of the digital infrastructure, briefing and technical introduction of the speakers, technical moderation, implementation
© WWF

The WWF's Climate Pub Quiz

has been a tradition in pertinent circles in Berlin for several years. After the quiz had to be cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, puzzle-loving climate experts gathered digitally in SpatialChat on June 10, 2021 to revive the tradition. In three rounds, the teams puzzled against each other and used the time between the question rounds for informal conversations and digital "socializing".

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Consulting and conception of the virtual event, essay and design of the digital infrastructure, implementation and technical moderation
© SEB / Vera Naumann

The "Social Economy Berlin Conference - Shaping the Economy Together"

by Social Economy Berlin (SEB) took place on May 19-20, 2021 as a hybrid event at Umweltforum Berlin and Hopin. The two-day conference addressed numerous topics around building a shared ecosystem for Social Entrepreneurship and Social Solidarity Economy in Berlin. About 550 participants from all sectors of the sustainable and social economy attended panel discussions, best practice sessions and selected keynotes from experts in the sector. The Social Economy Camp with eleven interactive workshops offered many opportunities for discussion and exchange among each other.

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Consulting for the concept and program creation of the virtual event, creation of the production plan and briefing materials, technical test runs with the actors (Hopin and Miro), coordination of the location and the technology, technical support
© Silbernetz / Reinaldo Coddou

The Silbernetz Congress "Network against loneliness in old age"

for the constitution of a network against loneliness in old age took place online on November 12/13, 2020. The ambitious program of workshops, breakout groups and high-level panel discussions aimed to engage policy makers and academia more on this topic and develop a platform for "Loneliness in Old Age". With the participation of German Health Minister Spahn and EU Vice President Suica, the problems and challenges were discussed, especially in times of a pandemic. Afterwards, workshops were held to develop solution approaches for the establishment of a network but also very concrete ideas for thematic work.

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Consulting and conception of the purely virtual program, preparation of briefing materials for participants, briefing of all speakers and moderators, training in Zoom and Mural, coordination of interpretation, technical support, implementation of event
© E3G

Climate Policy in Times of Corona - How do Germany and the EU achieve their climate goals?

was held on October 8, 2020, as a joint conference of the Climate Alliance Germany, the Foundation 2° and E3G due to the COVID-19 pandemic in a hybrid event format. Most of the high-ranking speakers were on site at the ProjektZentrum Berlin of Stiftung Mercator, while the audience was able to participate digitally. After some short presentations with Q&A rounds and a panel discussion, the participants had the opportunity to network.

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Support with invitation management, creation of online registration forms, on-site coordination and quality assurance, hygiene concept, coordination of technical service providers and catering, outline of the digital infrastructure for the conference