30 April 2019 | 11 PM
Goethe-Institut Indonesia, in cooperation with Makassar Biennale Foundation, is inviting up to 30 participants to learn and exchange in person with museum experts from Germany, New Zealand, and Indonesia.
For the cultural hackathon Coding da Vinci Süd, the Goethe-Institut invited 15 cultural professionals, coders and hackers from Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, Indonesia, Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania to Munich to present ideas and innovative apps for the digitisation of cultural assets.
Libraries are ill-equipped to fight fake news, critics say. Maybe they were celebrated too soon as bastions against misinformation. But as part of a network they can certainly act against manipulated reports.
Making profits and at the same time contributing to the alleviation of social and environmental problems—no longer a contradiction. “Social entrepreneurship” combines business and social sustainability.