Stuart Brown's research shows play is not just joyful and energizing -- it's deeply involved with human development and intelligence. Through the National Institute for Play, he's working to better understand its significance.
Bob Langert consults, writes and speaks about corporate sustainability, showing how companies can successfully navigate and manage today’s controversial societal issues, become better corporate citizens and make their businesses stronger, more relevant and more profitable.
Poet Ali has crafted a unique brand of impact and connection-driven, entertainment arts. The experience feels like a nonjudgmental conversation with a talented friend full of laughter, tears and steeped in some deep truth.
About this event: Our mental health can hold us back or help us live out our best selves. Fortunately, conversations around the well being of our minds are beginning to open up in our community.
At our next salon, we want to further explore ways we can nurture our mental well being and provide a safe space to share our stories openly and boldly.
Event details: Beirut, Beyrouth, Lebanon · September 30, 2018
About this event: You are cordially invited to the next TEDxTheHague salon! Our April edition — themed Designing Well-being — is curated by TEDxTheHague regular Dorcas de Koning and generously hosted by Gallerie Lily's. Dorcas writes:
"First-world countries are suffering from a new definition of 'poverty' in the health care domain. The way we choose to tackle...
Event details: The Hague, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands · April 11, 2014
Don Tapscott, Executive Chairman of the Blockchain Research Institute, is one of the world’s leading authorities on the impact of technology in business and society. He has authored 16 books, including "Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything," which has been translated into over 25 languages
Pepper spray, Tasers, tear gas, rubber bullets -- these "non-lethal" weapons are being used by more and more local police forces, as well as military forces brought in to control civilian crowds and other situations. Despite their name, non-lethal weapons have been known to cause deaths ... and as Stephen Coleman suggests, there are other, more ...