Panel discussions and workshops will run from Friday to Sunday from 10-12, 1-3 and 4-6 p.m There will be lunch breaks and lots of opportunities to exchange best practices and a chance to network. All work and no play? There will be time for laughter and fun during the evenings, with cultural and musical events.


10.00 a.m.

  • Who’s who: initiatives will introduce themselves using the Pecha-Kucha method

01.00 p.m.

  • The mobility delirium, speaker: Winfried Wolf. Il grandi opere inutili, high speed trains, Airbus A380, Boeing Dreamliner, Porsche Cayenne, E-Cars and the motorisation of China – this is all part of the mobility delirium, which has not much to do with human needs but a lot with capitalism. Discussion of the interrelation between three hundred years of capitalism with canals, trains, cars, airplanes and the globalistation of the mobility delirium.
  • Dam projects threaten the Amazon Rainforest:  – the Belo Monte Dam– and the protest movement in Brasil against Mega Projects. Workshop with SOFa, POEMA, Colibri, with Gerd Rathgeb
  • Save Rosia Montana Campaign (Romania) against the gold mining project. Workshop with representatives from Romania. Save Rosia Montana Campaign is fighting for over 10 years against the biggest open cast gold mine project in Europe. You can find more about the struggle, the community, the nature and the cultural heritage of Rosia Montana.
  • Action group against the soil sealing of fertile land: It is of „national interest“ to concrete the Éco-Vallée. Like in Notre Dame des Landes we have occupied empty houses and land, we have driven wells and created yards, and have arguments with the police and authorities in protest of it. Workshop with Nadège Bonfils
  • House of protest against atomic waste storage: Free Zone Bure with Frank Linke
  • Fusion reactor ITER: international mega projects spinning the heads of french politicians.
  • Experiences of movements - workshop
    The workshop invites to discuss the various experiences movements make and tries to find out how they can move on and become stronger.
  • Fixed on demonstrations - workshop with Markus Ungerer and Daniel Braun

04.00 p.m.

  • The mobility delirium - Comprehensive discussion of the speech held by Winfried Wolf this morning.
  • Development of power grids- are popular movements a threat to energy transition? Speech by Peter Gosslar (spokesperson of the popular movement “PROErdkabel Harzvorland e.V)  Opinions have been divided for years on how to develop the power grid system. Speaker Peter Gosslar has been part of this: he has fought with countless popular movements against an overhead power line, stretching from Lower-Saxony to Hesse. What is the experience of demonstrators with politics and media? Does it all boil down to pylons, or is there more behind it?
  • Anti-nuclear movements in India – how can we achieve worldwide solidarity? Workshop with Peter Moritz.  Not much is known in Germany about the strong anti-unclear movement in India. Germany is helping India with nuclear power decommissioning. What can we bring to worldwide decommissioning? What is global solidarity? How can we help each other? (Film, images, information and discussion)
  • Company Europe - workshop in English
    European companies are participating in mega projects all over the world. The EU makes their activities unassailable. Monica Vargas (ODG) presents the architecture of impunity and the protest of the Peoples Tribunal against it.
  • Stuttgart: let’s shut down AFRICOM (Möhringen) and EUCOM (Vaihingen)! No foreign military outposts in Germany and Africa. Workshop with Gesellschaft Kultur des Friedens. Why should we be against the AFRICOM- military bases in Germany and Africa? A military base which stands for high armament levels in Africa, the rise of conflicts over resources, geostrategic interests and the political and economic debilitation of national sovereignty. The same applies to EUCOM. Both military outposts are controversial and unnecessary mega projects.
  • On the role of mega projects within the turnaround in energy policy: How sustainable is a 100% supply of renewable energy? What ideological and economical forces are determining mega projects of the so called turnaround in energy policy? Do the projects of the turnaround in energy policy have anything in common with other mega projects? Movement for an environment union with Christian Jooß.
  • The disingenuous blessings of mega projects: workshop with the trade unionsits against Stuttgart 21.
  • International experiences mady by the enforcement of mega projects with the help of state violence and the manipulation of the public opinion - workshop with Reiner Weigand (AK Tribunal 30.09.)
    The history of Stuttgart 21 has shown: The brutal state violence is being combined with a highly developed fraud system. Pseudodemocratic means like referendum or mediation, communicated by a pseudoobjective media apparatus are the hidden forces of the reckless enforcement of capital interests. Water canons, tear gas and police truncheons are the open force. Both work reciprocally and are not nationally limited.


08.00 p.m.

Play: “Revolution or what?!”


La Rondena


    Les Salicornes - bretonische Tanzmusik