9:00 - 17:00 Uhr
Wellbeing of our societies and in the working situation depends more and more on digital solutions. Which choices can lead to a sustainable development on all three levels: economy, ecology and social life?
In the Mannheim workshop we will learn how different projects in Germany and Finnland make a sustainable use of digitalization in order to strengthen social relations between individuals and not create new division. Also the use of “green IT” will be presented.
By participating to the workshop you will contribute to the process of drafting ethical guidelines for a sustainable digitalization, which will be the outcome of the project co-funded by the European Union via ERASMUS+ programme.
Towards sustainable digitalization by design and strengthening social relations
Location | Livestream
The workshop will take place at:
Or via livestream
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Please register here: https://www.kda-wue.de/veranstaltungen
The participation to the workshop is free of charge.
Please arrange your own travel and accomodation, we can help you with a list of hotels.
Ask for refunding if you need.
getting to know each other
Christian Sommer, Managing Director
a) Volker Rath, Executive Director
Claus Allgaier, Business and product Innovation at www.artiso.com
b) Tuukka Ylälahti, Co-Founder-CEO www.mesensei.com (FIN)
(Lukas Spahlinger, Environment and Digitalization Dept. Protestant Church Hessen-Nassau)
Svenja Bergt, journalist at “die tageszeitung” (Berlin) with insights to the report “digital reset”
Rev. Dr. Gernot Meier, Delegate of the protestant church of Baden for Ethics and theology of digitalization
shared by Vinzent A. Sorger, Co–Founder of www.3–level.de/
Canon Dr. Alvyn Pettersen
“Church Action on Labour and Life” (CALL) is a network in partnership with the Conference of European Churches.
“CALL” aims to stimulate ethical reflections on society and the workplace among European churches