The following is a selection of our projects.


Shaping the Future of Europe, the German Pre-Presidency Conference Virtual Edition 2020

from 25 to 26 July 2020 was organized by the Institute for European Politics (IEP) and the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) as an online conference. More than 40 speakers and moderators in various panels with up to 250 participants discussed the most important challenges and coping strategies of the European Union in the near future with a view to the upcoming German Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Due to contact and travel restrictions during of the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held exclusively virtually.


Registration, consulting on the implementation of virtual events, development of the website, digital infrastructure set-up, development of guidelines for moderators and speakers, implementation and technical moderation, providing video recordings
© BIM / Jens Jeske

The 2nd Berlin Municipal Property Conference

was hosted by Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH (BIM) on 19 August 2019. Over 230 interested parties from public administration, industry, and civil society convened on the first floor of the “Alte Münze", which is part of the city’s property portfolio itself. Participants on the podium and during breaks animatedly discussed the various facets of the event’s topic “Between Space Constraints and Policy Making – Challenges of Property Policy”. Following the conference, there was an opportunity to intensify discussions during an informal get-together.


Participant management, registration on site, evaluation and written documentation

© DTJB / Marvin Girbig

5 Years of German-Turkish Youth Bridge

in light of this anniversary, the initiative invited alumni, partners, and friends to a future forum in Berlin from 16-18 September 2019. Following a kick-off at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin on 16 September, around 150 youths and adults from Turkey and Germany met for two days for a series of workshops at the "Magazin in der Heeresbäckerei". On the afternoon of 17 September, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas joined the anniversary event for a couple of hours. He answered questions in a general forum and discussed the challenges and opportunities of German-Turkish youth exchange with the young participants. In the evening, the last few years were properly celebrated with food and music.


Invitation and participant management, travel management, management and coordination of service providers, registration and coat check on site, coordination and quality assurance during the event

© DIZF / Ruthe Zuntz

3. Shimon Peres Award Ceremony

Since 2017, the Federal Foreign Office has been awarding the Shimon-Peres-Prize in cooperation with the German-Israeli Future Forum (DIZF) once a year. Since 2018, greenstorming has been supporting the DIZF with its organization. On 15 September 2019, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Heiko bestowed this honor in the presence of the Peres family and in front of 350 guests at the Rotes Rathaus (town hall) in Berlin. The award, honoring the memory of Shimon Peres and the special friendship between Israel and Germany, is presented to German-Israeli cooperation projects, which have made an outstanding contribution to the shaping of German-Israeli relations.


Catering management, coat check, registration, coordination, and quality assurance on site

© DGCN / André Wagenzik

The Global Goals Forum

took place on 10 October 2019 at the Berlin representative office of Telekom. 370 representatives from policy, business, and civil society got together for the event hosted by Global Compact Network Germany (DGCN) and macondo foundation. The forum entitled “Agenda 2030: Is Time Running Out?” took stock of the progress and need for action regarding the implementation of the SDGs four years after their adoption by the global community. A lively and engaging exchange on the topics of corporate responsibility, fair globalization, and climate change took place in the form of speeches, panels, and workshops. greenstorming supports the DGCN since 2018 in the execution of its regularly occurring participant conferences.


Participant management, registration on site, service provider coordination

© GIZ / Reinaldo Coddou H.

Digital Kontrovers!

is an event series from the BMZ (Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development), which revolves around questions on digitalization in development cooperation. Two opposing experts engage in a discussion with each other and the audience on issues like blockchain, artificial intelligence, drones, and digital workspaces. How do these new tools and technologies alter traditional development cooperation? What opportunities do they offer? What risks do they entail? You can find more information at


Invitation and participant management, service provider management, distribution and mailbox management, website creation and maintenance, PR, registration, quality control, and on site execution.

© NP

Workshops on good practices in unarmed civilian protection (UCP) by Nonviolent Peaceforce

Since late 2017, the non-governmental organization Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) has been convening a series of regional workshops to strengthen all types of work of nonviolent protection of civilians in the midst of violent political conflicts. The facilitated 3-days workshops are based on the experiences of the participating practitioners and focus on learning from the various organizations and different contexts in which the participants work. The goal of the workshop series is to compile a collection of good practices both to improve existing field work and to help organizations starting in civilian protection. So far, workshops have been held in Asia (the Philippines), the Middle East (Lebanon) and Africa (Kenya). The next workshops are planned for South/Central America and North America/Europe. Since the beginning of 2018, greenstorming has been assisting NP with the workshop preparations pro bono.


research concerning locations and travel regulations, budgets, travel management