TEDx Exeter: Ideas Without Frontiers

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A day conference:
Ideas without Frontiers
Friday 28 March 2014

Our third TEDxExeter conference brings together speakers and performers who are
changing the world through their ground breaking work and ideas. Find out how issues from all over the world have an impact on your life here and now.

Our speakers include: Ann Daniels, record breaking polar explorer; Patrick Alley, co-founder of Global Witness; Allyson Pollock, Professor of Public Health; Ben Eaton, digital and interactive artist, mapping happiness; Claire Belcher, wildfire researcher; Joel Gibbard, robotics designer; Matt Hayler, digital technologies and cyberculture researcher; Sarah El Ashmawy, minority rights advocate; Simon Peyton Jones, programming language designer and ICT education consultant; Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Media and Communications, expert on the impact of new technologies on children; Vinay Nair, poverty reduction innovator; Ike Anya, writer, TEDGlobal fellow, Consultant in Public Health; Karima Bennoune, Professor of Law, champion of untold stories from the fight against Muslim fundamentalism.

See www.TEDxExeter.com for more announcements

Tickets: £50 – ticket price includes a sustainably sourced lunch.
Concs: £20 – limited concessions available

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