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Januar 2024

Wissenschaftsjahr 2024 zum Thema Freiheit

Prof. Dr. Judith Möller participates in the panel discussion on "Freiheit: Gefährdeter denn je?!" [Freedom: More Endangered than Ever?!] at the opening of the Science Year 2024.

About the Year of Science and the Kick-Off Event

The Science Year 2024 invites you to discuss questions on freedom and constructively debate the answers. For instance, how resilient is our democracy in the light of current crises? What freedom do we need - in schools and universities, on the internet, in research laboratories or in art? How do we preserve the freedom of future generations after the Federal Constitutional Court's climate protection ruling? What do ChatGPT and artificial intelligence mean for our freedom?

Especially in times of crisis, we as a society need a common understanding of freedom, which of course must be fought for and won constructively. The Science Year 2024 is dedicated to the topic of freedom and begins with a kick-off program at Futurium. Among others, Federal Research Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger, Düzen Tekkal, journalist & founder of the aid organization Hawar.help e. V. and Prof. Dr. Alena Buyx, Chairwoman of the German Ethics Council, will be present.
The Science Years are an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) together with Wissenschaft im Dialog (WiD). For more than two decades, they have been promoting dialog with the public on science and research topics.

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10117 Berlin

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Prof. Dr. Judith Möller
Joint Professorship with Universität Hamburg

Prof. Dr. Judith Möller

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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