NicosiaChange
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Theme: Positive Disruption

This event occurred on
April 3, 2013
6:30pm - 9:30pm (UTC +3hrs)
Nicosia, 01
Cyprus

This year's TEDxChange theme could not have been more fitting as Cyprus is going through the maelstrom of the worst and perhaps deepest crisis since its independence in 1960. Spurred by a financial crisis, it appears that disruption is now taking place in the social, political and values system, leaving no stone unturned. Impending chaos is here, as is conflict between the haves and the have nots, those we drove the banking system to defaulting and those we are called to pay the price.
As described by TEDxChange ..."disruption can be a positive – sometimes vital – catalyst for change. It can challenge old assumptions, ignite conversations, activate authorities and expose new possibilities. Disruption can shed a unique light on difficult issues, giving a fresh urgency and perspective to the challenges of our [global] community" - this statement couldn't ring more true, right here, right now in Cyprus and it's capital, Nicosia the base of TEDxNicosia. We welcome you to join us to view the live stream and hopefully exchange ideas and perspectives afterwards and for the days to come, because, we certainly can use a shot of optimism, through POSITIVE DISRUPTION.

Cyta Amphitheater
CYTA Headquarters
Tilepikoinonion 1, Street
Nicosia, 01, 1396
Cyprus
Event type:
TEDxChange Simulcast (What is this?)
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Organizing team

Marina
Theodotou

Nicosia, Cyprus
Organizer
  • Christiana Charalambous
    Cinematography/Editing
  • Stephania Constantinou
    Translations and Logistics
  • Andri Josef
    Photography
  • Alana Kakoyiannis
    Film
  • Paul Koronis
    Logistics and Financial Management
  • Rania Traiforos Makriyiannis
    Operations Management
  • Christina Neofytidou
    Logistics
  • Mahi Solomou
    PR & Communications Management
  • Loris Stavrinides
    Digital Design Management
  • Stephanie Stephanou
    Logistics
  • Maria Stylianou
    Production Management