Katrin Fritsch

Researcher, Writer & Consultant


Main focus: Technology, Climate & Feminism

Twitter handle: @KatrinFritsch

Websites/blogs: www.katrinfritsch.com , www.motif-institute.com

Languages: English, German

City: Berlin

Country: Germany

Topics: data and society, climate justice

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Consulting, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

Bio:

Katrin researches, writes, and consults at the intersection of technology, feminism, and climate justice. She advises non-profits, ministries, and businesses on emerging technologies. Previously, Katrin co-founded and co-led MOTIF Institute for Digital Culture, a think tank working towards social justice in the digital age. Katrin is co-initiator of Feminist Futures, a participatory art project that advocates for just futures of the Internet. She holds an MSc in Data and Society of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Katrin was placed on Forbes magazine’s 30 under 30 list.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Wie können wir Algorithmen kontrollieren? / AHA! Festival / Luzern

Wie können wir Algorithmen kontrollieren, und wie kontrollieren Algorithmen uns? In diesem fünfzig-minütigem Vortrag erklärt Katrin Fritsch warum es wichtig ist, kritisch mit Algorithmen umzugehen, und welche Möglichkeiten es gibt, eine offene, faire, und solidarische digitale Gesellschaft zu entwickeln.

This talk is in: German
Sustainable Futures: 30 Tactics for 2030 / CityLAB / Berlin

The future is sustainable and inclusive! - Or is there a future at all? In times of rapidly advancing technologies and with a serious climate crisis ahead, the question of who shapes the future is becoming increasingly relevant. Yet all too often, citizen participation is lacking within this debate. In this workshop and at this event, we want to re-imagine what a sustainable future for Berlin and beyond could look like, and which first steps we can make to move towards this direction.

This talk is in: English