Nayla was invited as a speaker to the re:publica conference in Berlin by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) re:publica was held in an old train station completely transformed for the event. Music, food stations, exhibition welcomes you in a very young and tech environment. 11 stages, a maker space indoor and outdoor, meet-up spaces and pop-up room.
This year’s motto was POP. “POP the filter bubbles, step out into the public and make net culture and politics tangible for everyone.”
BMZ participated actively in the conference. Under the Tech for Good program, “Digital technology meets development cooperation”, they had a 3 days’ program with multiple speakers from all over the world. “Make the world a better place one tech solution at the time?”
Nayla’s intervention was part of “No women, No web” session held on Friday at 1:45. Nayla took the stage with 3 other participants Eva Yayi Mawa Upele, Yine Yenki Nyika and Iffat Gill and she did a Pecha Kucha presentation about the Tabshoura In A Box Project, a project based on Nicola Martignoni’s MoodleBox, and answered questions about Women, Technology and Emergency Education.
During her stay in Berlin, Nayla was also invited to a cocktail at BMZ offices and attended several talks and workshops.