Youth@PamvotisLive
x = independently organized TED event

Theme: Think Again

This event occurred on
June 12, 2013
10:30am - 7:00pm EEST
(UTC +3hrs)
Ioannina
Greece

~HELLENIC (Ελληνικά)~

Το TEDxYouth@Pamvotis διοργανώνει το πρώτο TEDxYouth@PamvotisLive αναμεταδίδωντας το TEDGlobal 2013 που θα λάβει μέρος στο Εδιμβούργο.

"Είμαστε στη μέση μιας παγκόσμιας ανακατανομής. Η τεχνολογία εισβάλλει στη βιολογία και την κοινωνία. Η δύναμη και η εξουσία αναδιανέμονται. Τα σύνορα αλλάζουν - ή εξαφανίζονται. Ελπίδες και ανησυχίες συγκρούονται. Ένας νέος κόσμος αναδύεται στη διασταύρωση των μια φορά διαχωρισμένων πραγματικοτήτων, και ό, τι νομίζουμε πως ξέρουμε μπορεί απλά να είναι λάθος. Το TEDGlobal 2013 θα φέρει σε επαφή όσους μας προκαλούν να σταματήσουμε για λίγο και να Σκεφτούμε Ξανά (Think Again)."

~ENGLISH (Αγγλικά)~

TEDxYouth@Pamvotis organizes the first TEDxYouth@PamvotisLive event broadcasting the TEDGlobal 2013 which will take place in Edinburgh.

"We are in the midst of a global remix. Technology intrudes into biology and society. Power and authority are redistributed. Boundaries shift -- or disappear. Hopes and anxieties collide. A new world is emerging at the intersection of once-separated realities, and everything we think we know might just be wrong. TEDGlobal 2013 will bring together those who challenge us to pause for an instant and Think Again."

Skarabeos-Our Preparation Venue
Leoforos Dodonis 25
Ioannina, 452 21
Greece
Event type:
TEDGlobal2013 Simulcast (What is this?)
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Speakers

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John Kenny

Musician John Kenny is the first person in hundreds of years to play the carnyx, an ancient bronze Celtic horn.

Michael Sandel

Michael Sandel teaches political philosophy at Harvard, exploring some of the most hotly contested moral and political issues of our time.

Steve Howard

Steve Howard leads the sustainability effort at Ikea, helping the low-price-furniture giant to bring sustainable products to millions of people.

Jose Miguel Sokoloff

Ad exec Jose Miguel Sokoloff, an anti-guerrilla creative, is leading a multi-year marketing campaign to help lead Colombian guerrillas back home.

Manal Al-Sharif

Manal al-Sharif, a women's rights activist, advocates for women’s right to drive, male guardianship annulment, and family protection in Saudi Arabia.

Annette Heuser

Annette Heuser, a Rating agency reformer, proposes critical reforms to loosen the iron grip of rating agencies on national credit scores.

Toby Eccles

Toby Eccles, a social investment visionary, has created a radical financial instrument that helps private investors contribute to solving thorny public problems.

Didier Sornette

Didier Sornette, a risk economist, studies whether it is possible to anticipate big changes or predict crises in complex systems.

Apollo Robbins

Apollo Robbins, a gentleman thief, will take the watch off your wrist and the phone from your pocket, then hand them back to you and (maybe) show you how he did it.

Nassim Assefi

Physician-novelist and activist writer Nassim Assefi confronts health and human rights challenges around the globe.

Gabriella Gomez-Mont

TED Senior Fellow Gabriella Gomez-Mont directs "Laboratorio para la Ciudad", Mexico City´s new creative think tank and experimental space.

Juan Pardinas

Juan Pardinas works to increase prosperity in Mexico and Latin America by challenging conventional wisdom along with investors' preconceptions.

Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi, a political scientist, delves into Middle Eastern history and politics, uncovering fresh perspectives on Iranian, Israeli, and U.S. relations -- and discovers potential solutions to brewing conflicts.

Tania Bruguera

With provocative actions that erase the lines between performance and politics, Tania Bruguera transforms passive audiences into engaged citizens.

Dina El Wedidi

Singled out for the originality of her voice and style, Egyptian singer Dina El Wedidi has made her mark on her country’s music scene in just a few years.

Lesley Hazleton

Writer Lesley Hazleton is the author of The First Muslim, a new look at the life of Muhammad.

May El-Khalil

The Beirut Marathon is the largest running event in the Middle East. May El-Khalil founded it as an instrument of peace.

Teddy Cruz

Architect and urbanist, Teddy Cruz looks for clues to the "city of the future" in the emerging urban areas of today.

Renata Salecl

Sociologist and philosopher Renata Salecl scrutinizes our individual and societal neuroses, and offers a way out of our current paralysis.

Eric X. Li

A rising public intellectual, Eric X Li argues that the universality claim of Western democratic systems is going to be "morally challenged" by China.

Shereen El Feki

Shereen El Feki works and writes on sexuality and social change in the Arab world.

Lissie

Lissie writes finely etched songs and sings them with a big old rebellious voice.

Benjamin Barber

Benjamin Barber believes that the future of the world may lie with the politicians who implement practical change every day: mayors.

Adrian Hong

Adrian Hong works to promote innovation and empower citizens with technology, smart government and an entrepreneurial approach to problems.

Erik Hersman

Erik Hersman nurtures the creativity springing from the African tech community, and helps spread its innovations throughout the world.

Dambisa Moyo

Dambisa Moyo is an international economist who analyzes the macroeconomy and global affairs.

Charles Robertson

In "The Fastest Billion," Charles Robertson re-examines the narrative of economic growth in African nations.

Toby Shapshak

The publisher and editor of Stuff magazine, Toby Shapshak is a South African writer focusing on innovation -- and the role it plays in Africa.

Just a Band

Just a Band, the artists behind Kenya’s first viral video, burst out of obscurity with their exuberant fusion of African funk and electronica.

Mustafa Abushagur

Following the fall of Gaddafi, Mustafa Abushagur served as Libya's first Deputy Prime Minister and briefly as the Prime Minister-Elect.

Joseph Kim

Joseph Kim escaped alone from North Korea at the age of 16, first to China and then to the United States.

Chrystia Freeland

In "Plutocrats," Chrystia Freeland, a Plutocracy chronicler, explores the growing gap between the working poor and the increasingly disconnected mega-rich.

Charmian Gooch

Global Witness co-founder Charmian Gooch exposes how a global architecture of corruption is weaved into the extraction and exploitation of natural resources.

Michael Porter

Michael E. Porter wrote the books on modern competitive strategy for business. Now he is thinking deeply about the intersection between society and corporate interests.

RuthAnne

RuthAnne is a stunning vocalist, has written songs for many stars, and she's now preparing her debut album.

Salvatore Laconesi

An artist, hacker and interaction designer, Salvatore Iaconesi embarked on a bold open-source project last fall. Subject: his own brain cancer

Br. David Steindl-Rast

Brother David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk, meditates and writes on "the gentle power" of gratefulness.

Organizing team

Pavlos
Sepetas

Ioannina, Greece
Organizer

Odysseas
Varvounis

Ioannina, Greece
Co-organizer
  • Christos Souris
    Promotion Team & Social Media
  • Sofia Kyriaki
    Promotion Team
  • Anta Limperatou
    Promotion Team
  • Theodora Mastiki
    Promotion Team
  • Nikolas Vadivoulis
    Mass Media Executive
  • Antonis Klaroudas
    Design Executive