Popup Dialogue-Centre on the Future of Work visits Hamburg on 28 November – 7 December

The Popup Dialogue-Centre “Durchblick” opens its doors for citizens in Hamburg. It is dedicated to the questions and answers on the digitalisation of work. Which technologies will be pioneering in the future and which social and ecological aspects will play a role? What hopes and fears do we associate with digitalisation?

In the travelling exhibition, which tours six German cities from October 2018 onward, we present current developments and trends in the world of work and invite you to join us: by participating, asking questions, expressing opinions and criticising – we want to hear your vision for the work of the future!

For ten days, starting on 28 November 2018, the exhibition will be located at Stockmeyerstr. 41, Halle 4b, 20457 Hamburg, Germany. We look forward to your visit on business days between 12 – 7pm.

On 4 December, we invite you to a round table discussion on the topic “Digitalisation for people: How can we utilise digitalisation for society and individuals?” For more information, please visit our website: and follow us on Twitter @durchblickpopup. Joining us will be Henning Schramm, Tollense GbR, representatives from the Diakonie Altholstein, who are setting new standards in elderly care with the Kieler Demenz-WG, Carl-Ernst Müller from, as well as Johanna Schultz of Johanna Schultz Wohnen (invited) and Thomas Sampl of Hobenköök (invited).

The project is a contribution to the Science Year 2018 – “Working Life of the Future” and is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Date and time:

4 December | 18:30 Round Table Discussion on “Digitalisation for people: How can we utilise digitalisation for society and individuals?”

28 November – 7 Decembe | 12 – 7pm Popup Dialogue-Centre

Location: Stockmeyerstr. 41, Halle 4b, 20457 Hamburg

To visit the exhibition, no prior registration is required. If you would like to join the round table event, please register here. Both are free and in German.

For further information please contact Imke Schmidt