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Stream the talks from CPH:DOX CONFERENCE 2021

CPH:CONFERENCE is our unique 5-day industry event presented in partnership with CPH:DOX. 

Visionary digital minister of Taiwan Audrey Tang, artist Ai Weiwei, fake news expert and Iranian blogger Hossein Derakhshan, founder of Fridays for Future Uganda Hilda Flavia Nakabuye, controversial economic commentator Grace Blakeley and multi-award winning producer Ted Hope were joined by over 70 forward thinkers and creative voices at CPH:CONFERENCE.

RESET! Industry professionals and international guests gathered for an intensive, fully online programme of interactive case studies, keynotes, workshops and discussions on what really drives the media industry and society at large right now. Together we took a snapshot of the world we live in, examined the bigger structures of democracy, economy, climate and representation and focused on the role that storytellers and artists can and must play in improving our post-pandemic world. Each day was dedicated to a different theme which are all interlinked, helping us to actively rethink and reset the inherent systems of the industry. We then completed the series with an action day dedicated to collaborative work and change initiatives for the better.

All of CPH:CONFERENCE panels are now available to watch online free! The week featured 5 packed days of keynotes, panels, case studies and roundtables with 81 experts to RESET for the future.

Opening Keynote: Hacking Democracy

A radically different approach to digital technology shows us how we can tackle the biggest global crises of our time by empowering citizens. In their Introductory Keynote, Audrey Tang sets the basis for our reflections of the CPH:Conference, bridging Democracy, Empowerment and Resilience.

SPEAKERS Audrey Tang, Digital Minister of Taiwan, Executive Yuan, Taiwan

View the full line up of talks online, from how to create diverse spaces, representation on screen, centralising marginalised storytellers and our place behind the camera, Crip Camp's Jim LaBrecht and Nicole Newnham on diversity and inclusion, and many many more.