Illustration: Reporter Slam
Climate change, a global pandemic and a war in Europe - there is currently little cause for good news. But reports of constant crises put pressure on the collective psyche and can cause people to lapse into fatalism and inaction. The show "Gute Besserung" ("Get Well Soon") wants to break the negative spiral of ever somber reports and show the possibilities of constructive, solution-oriented journalism.
This will bring the media sector's major future theme to the stage - created by the organizers of Germany's successful "Reporter Slams" and supported by Correctiv and the Schöpflin Foundation. The show will take place on two dates, March 23 in Hamburg and March 25 in Berlin.
Featuring author, journalist and filmmaker Ronja von Wurmb-Seibel, will share content from her acclaimed book "How We See the World" and interact with the audience to do so. In the book, she shows how we can tell stories in new ways - and how we can learn to consume news differently. On both occasions, reporters from the region will show how they implement solution-oriented research.
Hamburg, March 23, POLITTBÜRO: http://www.polittbuero.de/2022/03/23.html
Berlin, March 24, SO36: https://www.so36.com/produkte/44942-tickets-gute-besserung-so36-berlin-am-24-03-2022