Aziza Chaouni focuses on projects that integrate architecture and landscape, and that ultimately give back to their communities. For years, she has worked to revive the Fez River, which runs through her hometown of Fez, Morocco.
After a visit to a European library in search of Arabic and Middle Eastern texts turned up only titles about fear, terrorism and destruction, Ghada Wali resolved to represent her culture in a fun, accessible way. The result: a colorful, engaging project that uses LEGO to teach Arabic script, harnessing the power of graphic design to create conne...
About this event: TEDxTudu will be sharing inspirations from diverse areas of thoughts. Inspirations from Tudu and Ghana in general. Year of Return is a significant moment in Ghana and Africa in a whole. More exciting ideas on how the continent is going to develop will be shared at TEDxTudu.
Event details: Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana · December 18, 2019
In 2013, international migrants sent $413 billion home to families and friends -- a huge sum compared to the $135 billion sent in foreign aid the same year. Yet the promise of this money, known as remittances, is stifled by a big problem that no one seems to be worried about.
Economist Dilip Ratha discusses the issue in today's TED Talk (The hi...
Steve Case says, "It has been amazing to watch TED's transition from party to platform, and from a small gathering for the benefit of a few to a massive global movement. Choosing my favorite TED Talks after so many years was no easy task, but here goes ... "
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is known for, as he calls it, the “naming, shaming and jailing” of criminals all over Ghana – yet few people would be able to pick him out of a crowd. The undercover journalist, who gave today’s talk, has brought smugglers, mob bosses and pimps to justice with an unshakeable determination to, in his words, “shine light in ...
Why these talks, Damon Lindelof, writer of "Lost" and "Prometheus"? "These are the ones that stayed with me. That I watched more than once. That I have forwarded to friends with hopes of not only expanding their horizons but stimulating conversation."
Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenged the way we educate our children, championing a radical rethink of how our school systems cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.