Founder Slow Media
Institute & Chairwoman Presidium Wikimedia
The digital change is rapid – how about a little more conscious slowness? Sabria David researches, develops and penetrates the beautiful new world.
Sabria David is the founder of the Slow Media Institute, which researches and advises on the effects and potentials of digital change on society, work and the media. In her work, she focuses on the question of how to make the transition to a good and resilient digital society a success. Together with TÜV Rheinland, she developed the standard for digital occupational safety. In cooperation with the Federal Agency for Civic Education, the EU Commission and the Gustav Stresemann Institute, she is developing the Colloquium European Societies in the Digital Age, a transnational project that deals with the challenges of the digital society from a European perspective. Sabria is co-author of the Slow Media Manifesto and the Declaration of Liquid Culture as well as honorary vice-chairwoman of the presidium of Wikimedia Germany.
“Learn to love and understand digital change.””
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