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Hurricanes, monsoons and the human rights of climate change: TEDWomen chats with Mary Robinson


Mary Robinson speaks at TEDWomen 2015 at the Monterey Conference Center. Photo: Marla Aufmuth/TED Two years ago, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson graced the TEDWomen stage with a moving talk about why climate change is not only a threat to our environment, but also a threat to the human rights of many poor and marginalized people around the world.

Standing for art and truth: A chat with Sethembile Msezane


In 2014, Sethembile Msezane created a character based on her own Zulu traditions, and posed as her character, silently, in front of a statue of Louis Botha, creating a rich dialogue between South Africa’s colonial, apartheid-era history and her own.

5 reasons to convince your boss to send you to TEDWomen this year

Every year at TEDWomen, we gather to talk about issues that matter, to learn and bond and get energized.

“World peace will come from sitting around the table”: Chef Pierre Thiam chats with food blogger Ozoz Sokoh


Chef and cookbook author Pierre Thiam, left, sits down with food blogger Ozoz Sokoh to talk about the West African rice dish jollof — beloved in Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana and around the world.

This is how to make Pierre Thiam’s fonio sushi


Pierre Thiam’s fonio sushi recipe wraps chunks of fresh vegetables in a mixture of the ancient fonio grain and sweet potato.

The big idea: 3 reasons to be kind to educators


Any dedicated educator can tell you: A teaching job extends far beyond the hours of the school day. Molding the minds of future leaders while simultaneously ferrying them across the rapids of childhood and adolescence — and dealing with the economics of the job — is a calling not for the faint of heart.

Can cities have compassion? A Q&A with OluTimehin Adegbeye following her blockbuster TED Talk


For 12 spellbinding minutes, OluTimehin Adegbeye gave us a moving, challenging talk on cities and communities — and who gets to belong.

To engage joyfully with the world: More bold ideas from the TED Fellows


Percussionist Kasiva Mutua performs to open the second set of TED Fellows talks at TEDGlobal 2017, on Monday, August 28, 2017.

TEDWomen update: One year on, an extraordinary story of understanding and forgiveness


Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger speak during TEDWomen 2016. Photo: Marla Aufmuth / TED When we started TEDWomen in 2010, we felt strongly that we wanted to include a series of talks we called “Duets” in which we would forego the traditional TED Talk model and present pairs of speakers instead of solo ones.

Sneak peek: First look at the TEDWomen 2017 lineup


This November, we’re gathering in New Orleans for three days of TEDWomen — to share talks about bridging the world today and the world we all hope to build.

Cities are great when they work: Notes from Session 6, Urban 3.0


Architect Christian Benimana hopes to build a network of architects and planners who can help Africa’s booming cities grow in resilient, sustainable and equitable ways — balancing growth with human values that are uniquely African.

The complex challenges of life-work partnerships: News from TEDWomen speakers


Tiq Milan and Kim Katrin Milan spoke at TEDWomen 2016 — now they have exciting news: a keynote, a forthcoming book, and more!

Great shorts: The lineup of short films and video played at TEDGlobal 2017

How does TED complement a program of speakers sharing bold ideas, tough truths and jaw-dropping creative visions at TEDGlobal 2017 in Arusha?

Manifestos and destinies: Notes from Session 8 of TEDGlobal 2017


Ameenah Gurib-Fakim became the sixth president of Mauritius in 2015 (slightly to her surprise). Now, she’s using her platform to build capacity and highlight the biodiversity of her home country.

Great shorts: All the short films and video played at TEDGlobal 2017

How does TED complement a program of speakers sharing bold ideas, tough truths and jaw-dropping creative visions at TEDGlobal 2017 in Arusha?

Tradition is not a frozen thing: Notes from Session 7, Power up


Alsarah and the Nubatones bring a new twist on traditional East African pop. As Alsarah tells it: “Tradition is not a frozen thing, it’s not a stagnant thing.

Cities are great when they work: Notes from Session 6, Urban 3.0


Architect Christian Benimana hopes to build a network of architects and planners who can help Africa’s booming cities grow in resilient, sustainable and equitable ways — balancing growth with human values that are uniquely African.

Repatterning culture, identity, language: Visual thinking from Session 5


Thandiswa brings a rocking, soul-deep performance to kick off Session 5 of TEDGlobal 2017 on Tuesday, August 29, 2017, in Arusha, Tanzania.

TEDWomen: Exploring the complex challenges of life-work partnerships


Tiq Milan and Kim Katrin Milan spoke at TEDWomen 2016 — now they have exciting news: a keynote, a forthcoming book, and more!

A hard look: Exploring tough truths in Session 4


Dancer Qudus Onikeku and kora player Tunde Jegede, accompanied on the tabla, collaborate during Session 4 at TEDGlobal 2017, on Tuesday, August 29, 2017, in Arusha, Tanzania.


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