ONE DAY: THE MEETUP
Kann Aktivismus das System wirklich verändern?
Interdisziplinäre Podiumsdiskussion mit systemwirtschaftlicher Perspektive
Montag, 13. Sept. 2021, 18:00, Volkskundemuseum Wien (Open-Air)
19:30: Gemütliches Zusammensitzen mit Drinks und Snacks
Menschen kommen zusammen, um zu zeigen, wofür sie sich einsetzen und für welche Werte sie einstehen: Proteste für den Klimaschutz, gegen Rassismus, (gegen) Covid-19-Bestimmungen, gegen oder für Gesetzesänderungen… Proteste scheinen heutzutage das wichtigste Instrument sozialer Bewegungen zu sein. Aber sie sind bei weitem nicht neu: Bereits seit dem 16. Jahrhundert gibt es Unruhen, Revolutionen und zivilen Widerstand.
Aber die eigentliche Gretchen-Frage ist immer noch dieselbe: Können Proteste und Aktivismus das System wirklich verändern? Was ist dieses System eigentlich und warum lehnen sich Menschen dagegen auf? Falls es möglich ist, wie?
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Steve FullerProfessor, Author, TEDx Speaker
Steve Fuller is Auguste Comte Professor of Social Epistemology at the University of Warwick, UK. Trained in history, philosophy and sociology of science, Fuller is the author of 25 books, including Post-Truth: Knowledge as a Power Game (Anthem 2018). He is currently completing a follow-up, A Player's Guide to the Post-Truth Condition: The Name of the Game, due to be published later this year.
Nunu KallerAktivistin, Autorin, und Konsumkritikerin
Nunu Kaller has worked at the political editorial staff at Die Presse, and then entered the NGO World as a press officer for VIER PFOTEN and Global 2000, before becoming a campaigner for Greenpeace Österreich. Additionally, she has started "ichkaufnix.com", (Ich kauf nix - ein Jahr ohne Kleiderkauf) where she went a year without shopping for clothing as well as doing research on the way fashion is produced. As the huge success of her book “ich kauf nix!” came with its publishing, she continues to be the consumer campaigner at Greenpeace, responsible for the campaigns on textiles, plastic and other consumer related maters. An outspoken feminist, she has published her second book “Fuck Beauty!” in 2018 that deals with the absurd beauty standards in our world.
Dr. Thomas Schweiger, LL.M. (Duke)Data Protection Officer, Attorney at Law
Dr. Thomas Schweiger is a certified data protection officer, attorney-at-law. He has been working in the field of data protection already for more than 15 years now, e.g. as a DPO or legal advisor to controllers and DPOs. He is also a co-commentator of the Austrian Commentary on Data Protection Law. His publications include a contribution to the fourth edition of “Datenschutzrecht – Praxishandbuch” (Manz) regarding the procedural issues of data protection and the sanctions for violations of GDPR or the Austrian Data Protection Act.
Karin Huber-HeimFounder, Program Director, Expert on Circular Innovation
Communication and academic Program director with a MSc in Sustainability and Responsible Management, University of Applied Sciences BFI, Vienna.
Karin is an expert in sustainability and circular innovation with international record and experience. She supports organisations worldwide in the strategic integration of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as in stakeholder relationship management and is an international conference speaker. She is board member of the Global Compact Steering Committee Austria and lectures on business ethics and corporate responsibility at several universities. She publishes regularly on issues regarding business innovation and sustainability.
Peter Purgathofer, Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.Academic
a data protection and privacy coordinator, associate professor in Human-Computer Interaction, principal member in curriculum commission for Informatics, and curriculum coordinator in Master Media and Human-Centered Computing.
Andreas BartlSenior Scientist
Andreas Bartl is a senior scientist at TU Vienna at the Institute of Chemical, Environmental and Bioscience Engineering. In 2012, he received the Conferment of the right to lecture (“venia docendi”) and the academic title “Privatdozent”. Since 2002, he has been engaged in recycling fibers from end-of-life products such as apparel or tires. In view of the circular economy, he is especially dedicated to promoting a conjunction between the fiber and textile industry as well as waste management.
Furthermore, he’s a member of the Circular Economy Coalition for Europe, the Vice Chair of the International Solid Waste Association working group for recycling and waste minimization as well as a member of the editorial board of Waste Management & Research journal.
Sylvia GaiswinklerLead of the National Focal Point for Women´s Health
She works at the Austrian Public Health Institute in Vienna, is the lead of the National Focal Point for Women´s Health and is the strategic process manager for the implementation of the Austrian Action Plan for Women´s Health.
Krisztina RozgonyiAssistant Professor
Krisztina Rozgonyi is an assistant professor at the department of communication at the University of Vienna.
Margit PohlAssociate Professor
Margit Pohl works as an associate professor at TU Vienna, Institute for Visual Computing and Human-centered technologies.
Ala KrinickytéData protection lawyer
Ala a data protection lawyer at NOYB. She is currently helping to embed a new privacy culture in the digital world.