4-10 May, everyday 12am-5pm: The court hearings of The Capitalism Tribunal (Admission free!)
The Capitalism Tribunal is about the alleged crimes of capitalism and investigates what should never happen again in a future economy. Until today, around 400 charges were handed in, which are discussed and negotiated from 4 to 10 May from 12am to 5pm everyday. The audience can come and go as they wish and the admission to the court of law is free. Responsible for the defence are management consultant Louis Klein and the lawyer Matthias Schäfer. Among the judges are former federal judge Wolfgang Neskovic or historian Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey. Part of the prosecution are social economist Lucy Redler or climate activist Tadzio Müller.
4-10 May, everyday 7pm-9pm: Discussions with experts every evening (8/6 Euro)
During the court hearings of The Capitalism Tribunal, there are panel discussions every evening from 4 to 10 May. Renowned experts further discuss the issues of the court days, which deal with the psychology of capitalism, work or property in capitalism and many more. Among the experts are New York economist and sociologist Saskia Sassen, the theoretician of the "Happy Unemployed" Guillaume Paoli, artist Claudia Bosse, the members of Haus Bartleby, climate activist Ashish Kothari, secretary general of The Club of Rome Graeme Maxton, and many more.
4-10 May, everyday 12am-5pm & 7pm-9pm: Livestream of The Capitalism Tribunal
All trials of The Capitalism Tribunal and all discussions in the evening are live streamed over the internet so that all those who cannot attend have the possibility to follow what is going on in the court of law. The live stream is online from 4 to 10 May everyday between 12am-5pm and 7pm-9pm at capitalismtribunal.org/en. A live stream in German language can be found at capitalismtribunal.org. Also, a documentation of all trials and discussions can be found afterwards on the brut website "Links & Social" at the respective date.