TEDxBath 2023 Unlimited
- An afternoon of inspiring talks, exciting performances and unlimited ideas…
- 9 speakers, 3 acts and a special exhibition space.
Doors & iLab Spaces open: 13:00
Talk starts: 14:00
TEDxBath returns to The Forum on Saturday 14 October for its next spectacular event with diverse speakers, lively acts, and engaging exhibitions under the theme of ‘Unlimited’. The afternoon will be packed with ‘ideas worth sharing’ and will deliver another uplifting and energetic event for a participatory audience of 1,600 people of all ages.
TEDxBath’s speakers will explore and share ideas that can enrich lives, and help build stronger, thriving communities. Bringing together diverse and powerful ideas from leading change-makers, innovators, entrepreneurs, and activists we will dismantle barriers to positive change, define new possibilities, and boldly seek a better future world. We invite you to join us with energy and optimism at TEDxBath 2023: Unlimited.
This year’s TEDxBath 2023 speakers are:
Eric Ngalle Charles, a Cameroonian writer, poet, playwright, and human rights activist.
Julia Samuel MBE, a leading psychotherapist and author, who will share ways we can all understand and better manage the human experience of grief and grieving.
Dr Mhairi Aitken, a leading Sociologist with specialist expertise in AI and digital innovation and an Ethics Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute.
Charles Sabine OBE, an Emmy Award-winning television journalist who will explain how we can help to transform approaches to helping those with devastating ailments.
Jenny Tough, an endurance athlete best known for running and cycling in some of world's most challenging events.
via specially recorded TEDxBath video: Rory Stewart OBE, a British academic, diplomat, author, broadcaster, former soldier and former politician.
Sahra Ahmed Kulmiya, who is currently researching Quantum Technologies at the University of Sussex.
Erinch Sahan, a business strategist and economist and the business and enterprise lead at the Doughnut Economics Action Lab.
Kudzai Matsvai, an Architectural Designer and EDI activist with a genuine passion for progressive change for under-represented communities.
And our performers:
– Akhila Rao, an Indian classical dancer.
– The Windrush Choir / Bristol Reggae Orchestra.
For more details go to tedxbath.co.uk