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"Dear Nadia ,
thank you again for your session proposal for re:publica TEN! We are thrilled
– but also a bit overwhelmed – to have received so many great proposals
and it is really hard to filter out the best. I’m sorry that we inform you so
late and I really hope you still find the time to come to #rpTEN & to prepare
your session – as it is our pleasure to inform you that "Care by
communities | How we can escape zero-sum thinking in provision of health-
and social care " has been accepted for the #rpTEN programme! \o/
We will now figure out the exact date and time of your session. In case you
can only attend re:publica on certain days and didn’t let us know in the Call
for Papers form, please send us a quick message with details on your
availablility. If we still have questions concerning your proposal, we will
- We’ll publish your session during the next days. Please proofread it and
make sure your session has an inviting title, a snappy short thesis (max. 500
char) and a descriptive abstract (max. 2,000 char).
- If your planned session involves several people and their profiles are not
yet featured in your session, you may now invite/inform them. Please bear in
mind that for a 60 minutes session the number of speakers (including the
moderator) cannot exceed four, and at least half of the team should be
female. Please tell fellow speakers to register at
https://re-publica.de/en/speaker/register and then put their usernames in the
speakers field of your session.