Programme

Start and welcome

Prof. Wolf-Dieter Lukas, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, welcome you to the conference.

Highlights of #futureworkchallenge

How do teens and young adults imagine the work of tomorrow? Insights into the #futureworkchallenge – the competition that looks beyondwork

Keynote: Brain the Company – Analog ideas in a digitized world

Dr Henning Beck

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Coffee break

Lunch break | virtual forum

Parallel sessions in seven themes – Part 2

Coffee break

Coffee break

Conclusion of the day with subsequent Q&A

The moderators and journalists Franziska Klün and Lena Mardon from the online magazine DEARWORK present the most important findings of the first day and take up exciting discussions. Afterwards, representatives of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research will be available to answer questions of the press.

Review: how did things go yesterday?

A wrap-up of the first conference day to enjoy with your morning coffee

Keynote: The Future of Work won’t be worth it without diversity

Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon

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Podium discussion: Shaping the future of work in Europe: shared challenges – shared solutions?

Renowned representatives of politics, business and research as well as social partners discuss European demand for research and the beginnings of collaboration from a national and international perspective.

Coffee break

Lunch break | virtual forum

Perspectives on the work of tomorrow

A new kind of summary: Take with you the essence of beyondwork2020 from a variety of perspectives, presented in various media!
A wonderful conference – and now what? We provide insight into the future.