TEDxLambeth 2020 successfully took place at the Royal Society of Arts on 16th October. Full recordings of each talk will be made available on TED.com and our website soon. Watch this space.
Please note, the Royal Society of Arts is COVID SECURE according to government guidelines.
Lambeth is a global borough at a crucial intersection of London. It is one of absolute extremities and opposites, accommodating varied peoples with unlimited creativity and remarkable industry.
As global citizens, we live in an increasingly interconnected planet. We share our neighbours' achievements and failures, feel their happiness and suffering, and sometimes even combine forces to build a better future. At other times, we gladly take a step back to regain focus for fresh adventures. Antinomies, or opposites, are at the heart of all the things we do and think.
Our second TEDxLambeth event will give platform to unusual suspects, expose veiled expertise and share what is common to us all: humanity. A confluence of infectious and persistent ideas is what we support. We want to live in a society that observes, constructs and expresses through Antinomies.
TEDxLambeth is an inclusive space, welcoming people from all backgrounds, ages, genders, sexual orientations, races and ethnicities. We pride ourselves on reflecting diversity both in our audience and on stage.
Ultimately, TEDx events are carefully designed to encompass a broad spectrum of subjects, viewpoints and perspectives on wider themes and ideas. We encourage everyone to be open to opposite ideas (Antinomies!) which one would not naturally have chosen to engage with. Though you may not agree with everything, you will come away with new knowledge to reflect and act upon.
We’re proud to provide a platform for the most influential voices in the industry. Check out our roster of speakers for the upcoming TEDxLambeth show below, and read through their bios by clicking on their name to get a better sense of what you can expect from their sessions. If you’re interested in learning more, feel free to reach out.
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