Become a Helper at the #rpDUB or #rpTHE!


Help make our event unique!

Become a Helper at the #rpDUB or #rpTHE!

The eleventh re:publica is over. Over the course of three days at the largest, most interesting festival on digital society, a variety of people once again came together to listen to lectures, discuss, gather inspiration, make contacts and end their day with the evening program. All this would never have been possible without the great motivation and commitment of our helpers! In various areas – from set-up to stage assistant to wardrobe – you supported us and in return received free access to the #rp17. We’d like to say a big THANK YOU for all of your help!

But that hasn’t been it for this year. We’re already busy with the preparations for the #rpDUB – the re:publica in Dublin from 7 to 8 September 2017, and #rpTHE – in Thessaloniki from 11 to 13 September 2017. We can always use a few helping hands, even at these smaller events. Because the re:publica doesn't just live off of ideas, inspiration and the participation of interesting speakers and visitors from around the world. Your involvement and active support is key to its success. You're interested in the ins-and-outs of the digital society and are keen to make an impact behind the scenes at this exciting festival? 

Join us and become part of this unique event as a helper! Support us for one day (one 8-hour shift) – catering and a branded helper shirt are, of course, included – and in return, gain entry to the rest of the conference. As the re:publica will be taking place in Dublin /Thessaloniki this time, we are mainly looking for volunteers who are already there or can cover their own travel expenses. We will not be able to cover any travel or accommodation costs. Another important point: We are in Ireland/Greece, so fluency in English is mandatory. Both of these requirements apply to you? Then join us as a volunteer in one of several areas of responsibility, such as accreditation or as a runner. Feel free to tell any friends in the area!

All those interested should contact us directly at: help(at)

Image credit: re:publica/Jan Michalko(CC BY-SA 2.0