Online + Frankfurt am Main | 15 – 23 October 2022
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Prof. Dr. Stephan Brunnhuber

Prof. Dr. Stefan Brunnhuber holds a doctorate in medicine and is an economic sociologist, psychiatrist and economist. His interests are diverse and include considerations of resource wars and peacekeeping, post-growth and ecological sustainability. He combines a wide range of knowledge from different disciplines to create transformative solutions that he hopes will improve the world of money in particular. His main occupation is medical director of the Diakonie Clinic for Integrative Psychiatry Zschadraß, Germany, and professor for psychology and sustainability at the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida in Saxony, Germany. As a full member of the Club of Rome and a member of the Board of Trustees of the World Academy of Art and Science, he has been active in the field of finance and sustainability for two decades as a speaker and consultant for institutions and companies.


Personal Info

  • Economist
  • Economic sociologist
Field of Work
  • Speaker
  • Germany

B3 Conference

02:30 PM – 04:00 PM
The Transformation of Democracy. An opportunity?

Following this year's focus on TRANSFORMATION, B3 Conference will take an in-depth look at questions of democracy as a form of state and socio-structural philosophy.

Due to the enormous transformation processes that society is currently undergoing, in our focus on democracy we explore which sociopolitical systems might take the lead in the world in the future. The question arises whether democracy is not increasingly decomposing itself democratically. What would this mean for society and the individual?

Democracy seems to be the only practicable form of government for us in westernized countries. However, the majority of people today live in autocracies, for example. Societies and individuals are confronted with the question of how far they are willing to accept freedom as the freedom of those who think differently, to quote Rosa Luxemburg, who formulated it so aptly 100 years ago.

What would therefore have to change in order for the notorious social gap not to widen so much and for the majority of humanity to be able to live together in a more peaceful and civilized way? What role can and should creatives play as portraitists, chroniclers and critics of our time or as visionaries with a view to a possible future within processes of change? What form of society would be right for them and in their eyes?

These questions and more will be discussed live by experts, thinkers and creatives in a panel, a think tank and with the audience.

Guests of B3

Prof. Wolfgang Prinz
Founder Germany
Helena Mackenzie
Filmmaker United Kingdom
Rob Kraitt
Speaker United Kingdom
Birgit Wittemann
Dramaturge Germany