Organize one of the festival streaming hubs

Join the festival with your streaming hub event!

With our festival partners, we have created a programme of discussions that tackle relevant shared challenges in the current context of Europe. Our hybrid format creates a dialogue of experiences and ideas from different nations. For the first time, this experience of pan-European discussions is created without having to leave your hometown.

Any group or organisation wishing to bring the discussions to their own audience can do so by hosting a festival streaming hub event.

In this event, your audience can join the discussion via live broadcast and comment and ask questions on a digital platform.

Steps to take part of the festival with a steaming hub are easy:

1. Choose a suitable discussion (or multiple) from our programme.
2. Find a venue with a screen and speakers.
3. Think of additional activities you would like to do (this is optional)
4. Communicate your event to invite attendees!

We do not set any requirements to your event, organise it as you wish! But we will support you and think along with your team.

What do I need to do?

How will we support hub organizers?

Our festival team will support you on the way and provide necessary info:

1. An accessible live broadcast and digital participation platform for you to be part of festival with all the guidance.

2. Tips and ideas on how to create an inspiring event experience.

3. Communication materials about our festival and your chosen discussion.

Your event will be promoted on our festival channels and by festival partners.

Hub organizers will get a chance to:

- be a part of the first hybrid democracy festival in Europe
- gain new insights from other countries on shared challenges that support your mission
- create partnerships with other organisations and universities around Europe

Why be a hub organizer?

What's the next step?

If you're interested fill out the form below with you initial information. Our team will contact you to discuss details on a meeting.

For any questions, write:

Sounds good?

Questions and answers

Does my team need to have broadcasting competences?

Not at all! We have partnered up with a hyperlocal event agency Miltton Events who will coordinate and help you in creating the broadcast.

Are there any requirements to be qualified as a hub organizer?

There are not any specific requirements. To be qualified, you just need to confirm you have the necessary competencies and motivation to organize the discussion event in your city and you have the necessary means to find financial support to organize it.

Who are other partners involved in the festival?

We are always open for finding partners all over Europe. Already partnered organisation involve wide variety of youth, student, democracy development, climate and other organisations.

What is Tartu 2024?

The Estonian city of Tartu is the European Capital of Culture in the year of 2024. Read more about it here. HEDF is one of the many projects which is a part of the main program of the Tartu 2024 program. 

How about now?