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Programme

Friday, 20 September 2019

17.30 Registration
18.00 Welcome | Runder Tisch Reparatur and Bettina Rechenberg, German Environment Agency
18.30 Kyle Wiens: Scaling the Repair Movement: Going Mainstream
19.00 Melanie Jaeger-Erben: Resisting obsolescence - The role of a ‘culture of repair’ for sustainable development
19.30 Exhibition opening "Zusammen Schrauben - A Culture of Repair and Making" | Reception
20.00
20.30
21.00

Saturday, 21 September 2019

9.00 Registration
9.30 Welcome | Tom Hansing & Ugo Vallauri
10.00 Heike Weber
10.30 Introduction into programme and unconference sessions
11.00 Break
11.30 Live repairs Panel Discussion | Kooperationen zwischen Reparatur-Initiativen und Wertstoffhöfen - Chancen, Ideen, Hindernisse Unconference Workshop | 3D-printing spare parts - a new repair autonomy Philosophischer Salon Workshop | European Right to Repair Campaign
12.00
12.30
13.00 Lunch
13.30
14.00 Niko Paech: Repair in the post-growth economy
14.30 Panel Discussion | Fostering repair and re-use through department stores? Conceptual ideas, best practice cases and challenges Unconference | Community Repair Projects Workshop | Bildung - Reparatur ist sexy Workshop | Critical raw materials - info materials for schools and repair cafés Workshop | Open Source helps. But how exactly?
15.00
15.30
16.00 Pause
16.30 Technik erhalten: Gehäuse aufbrechen Unconference Workshop | Vernetzung von Reparatur und Re-use auf regionaler Ebene stärken Role simulation of players in the repair economy Workshop | Future of Repair
17.00
17.30 Panel discussion | Repair Scoring
18.00 Repair Cafés & Maker Scene - Utilize Synergies
18.30
19.00 Pause
19.30 "Goldener Schraubendreher" Award
20.00 Science Slam Film
20.30
21.00
21.30

Sunday, 22 September 2019

10.00 tba Unconference Workshop | Visible Mending - Textilreparatur Schuhe im Fokus der Reparatur Workshop | Nähmaschinenreparatur
10.30
11.00
11.30 Panel Discussion | Repair for Future
12.00
12.30

Speaker

© Kyle Wiens
© Kyle Wiens

By co-founding the repair platform ifixit, Kyle provides millions of people with repair manuals and spare parts. At the Fixfest he will talk about the current battle for a right to repair in the US and the future of the repair movement.

© Privat
© Privat

Melanie is Professor for Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research in Electronics at the TU Berlin and leads the project REPARA/KUL/TUR at the TU Berlin. At the Fixfest she presents her exhibition "zusammen schrauben - a culture of repair and making".

© Anstiftung
© Anstiftung

Tom is a sociologist, scientific assistant at the anstiftung and board member Round Table Repair Germany. He brings together repair initiatives and open labs and wants to "repair the world".

© Ugo Vallauri
© Ugo Vallauri

Ugo co-founded the Restart Project which among other things came up with the concept of Fixfest. He stands up for an openess in the repair ecosystem and fights for the Right to repair across Europe and globally.

© Jens Thomas
© Jens Thomas

Professor of History of Technology at  Technische Universität Berlin, Heike is researching on the "Renaissance of Repairing". She is also co-editor of the book "Kulturen des Reparierens" ("Cultures of Repairing").

© Niko Paech
© Niko Paech

Niko Paech is an economist and conducts research on sustainability. He teaches at the University of Siegen in the field of Plural Economics.

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