The seventh edition of the technology festival Border Sessions will be held between the 13th and the 16th of June in various venues in the city center of The Hague.
Border Sessions is a yearly tech culture festival on a mission to kick-start and fuel challenging ideas, experiments and endeavors with a strong focus on multidisciplinary projects. We unite creative and critical minds from around the globe who share the belief that technology should be a powerful instrument for positive change. We offer a multifaceted platform bringing together a wide array of participants from the public and private sector. Together with our partner network and community we examine groundbreaking technologies and work towards solutions for a better world. Border Sessions does this by organizing networking meetings, co-creation labs, workshops, sessions by 80+ inspiring speakers, a hackathon and the Border Labs Award.
Some examples of the topics we will be working on are justice innovation, local economies, autonomous agents for regenerative ecologies, better media, progressive tech, edible insects, VR for good, tech nature.
Some of this year’s inspiring speakers: Carl Cederstrӧm and André Spicer will present their book Desperately Seeking Self-Improvement. Canadian artist Byron Rich, Brett Scott, author of The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance, Leila Janah of Samasource and renowned SF author E.J. Swift.
Where: Theater aan het Spui, Filmhuis Den Haag and various venues in the city center of The Hague
Tickets: Tickets to the festival are €60 (excl. service fees). Student tickets are available at a special
discount of €30 (excl. service fees).
For more information see their website www.bordersessions.org or contact their Community Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org