The following is a selection of our projects.

© 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.


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.


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

„Male, female, divers – new perspectives of gender diversity in the working place”

was the topic of the online conference that brought together more than a dozen speakers and over 240 guests on November 12, 2020. Following an invitation of the Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency three research teams presented their new studies and recommendations touching on different aspects of the topic. In expert commentaries and open question rounds, speakers from the fields of science, civil society, politics and economics discussed the presentations and the findings and facts raised in them. The guests followed the presentations and discussion in a live stream and were able to participate in the discussion via chat.  


consulting on the implementation of virtual events, set-up of the digital infrastructure, technical support and test runs with active participants before the conference, implementation and technical moderation

The “Projekt Pausentaste”’s 4th annual symposium and the subsequent working and networking event

was in 2020 largely set up as a digital conference due to the current COVID-19 situation. 80 members of the network and other guests came together digitally on three different days to discuss topics relating to this year’s focus on “Young carers in the context of school and education“. During the symposium on October 10, research results and data concerning young carers in school were presented and new educational material of the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth was introduced. Network members discussed a number of related topics in six interactive sessions on October 8. The results of the working groups were presented in a final online meeting on October 29.


consulting on the implementation of virtual events, set-up of the digital infrastructure, technical support and test runs with active participants before the conference, implementation and technical moderation
© Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

The Citizen Science SDG Conference

took place as an official event of Germany’s 2020 EU Council presidency on October 14-15, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic most of the over 600 participants joined the conference digitally while some speakers were still present at the Kulturbrauerei in Berlin. Participants from around the world presented, evaluated and discussed the exciting contributions that citizen science makes in framing and achieving sustainable development, specifically the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The conference brought together expertise from policy makers, institutional and citizen scientists, economists, NGOs, and civil society and culminated in a joint Declaration that has been signed by more than 260 individuals and organizations already.


development/maintenance of website and online registration, participant management, management of conference fee payments, setup of digital infrastructure, technical coordination, online support for participants, on-site coordination and quality assurance

Shaping the Future of Europe, the German Pre-Presidency Conference Virtual Edition 2020

from 25 to 26 July 2020 was organized by the Institute for European Politics (IEP) and the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) as an online conference. More than 40 speakers and moderators in various panels with up to 250 participants discussed the most important challenges and coping strategies of the European Union in the near future with a view to the upcoming German Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Due to contact and travel restrictions during of the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held exclusively virtually.


Registration, consulting on the implementation of virtual events, development of the website, digital infrastructure set-up, development of guidelines for moderators and speakers, implementation and technical moderation, providing video recordings
© BIM / Jens Jeske

The 2nd Berlin Municipal Property Conference

was hosted by Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH (BIM) on 19 August 2019. Over 230 interested parties from public administration, industry, and civil society convened on the first floor of the “Alte Münze", which is part of the city’s property portfolio itself. Participants on the podium and during breaks animatedly discussed the various facets of the event’s topic “Between Space Constraints and Policy Making – Challenges of Property Policy”. Following the conference, there was an opportunity to intensify discussions during an informal get-together.


Participant management, registration on site, evaluation and written documentation