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This event occurred on
December 18, 2021
Tashkent, Toshkent

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized (subject to certain rules and regulations).

Westminster University Campus
12 Str. Akhunbabaev, Tashkent C.., Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Toshkent, 100000
Event type:
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Islombek Davronov

Islombek Davronov is a 21-year-old analytical-minded and ambitious person who loves solving problems with the help of data. Islombek is a third-year student at Westminster University in Tashkent. Because of his enormous interest in problem-solving and programming, he is building his career as a Data Scientist. Islombek delivers his speech on the topic "Data has a better idea". He is going to talk about how you can use your personal data to make clear and bold decisions that help you to improve your lifestyle. Making decisions with your gut feeling is not cool anymore.

Jasur Isokov

Currently he's the second year student of TEAM university and pursuing a degree in Digitalisation approved by London South Bank university in Great Britain. Apart from this, Jasur is involved in small Entrepreneurial activities and about to launch his charity organisation with his friends who are also present here and this all and not only this can potentially become the reason for him to dropout from University.

Malika Fazilova

Malika Fazilova is 18 years old freshman student of UzSWLU and graduated student of Interhouse lyceum, participant of Technovation2020, prize-winner of “MOM2020”, MUNer, volunteer and now TED speaker. As a child she was quite talkative person, so years after it turned to become pure love to public speaking. In searching her goal in this life, she found out that getting new friends and helping people are the best ways to realize who you are. Communication, books and social life are things, which give her true happiness and power to be better.

Niranjan Dev Bharadwaj

Niranjan Dev Bharadwaj,(28) is a young Indian Author of the book “Environmental Ethics and India’s Perspective on Environment” which was published and released at the World Book Fair 2018, Pragati Maidan , New Delhi (ISBN :978-81-237-8142-6).The book is published by National Book Trust, India (NBT), Ministry of Human Resource Development , Government of India. He is also an Environmentalist, Researcher ,Environmental Chemist, TEDx and International Speaker who has given ecological talks in Iran, Thailand, Nepal, Uzbekistan and various regional places in India.

Shahista Rahimova

Coordinator, Educator, Coach and Translator
Shahista Rakhimova is an educator with over 15 years of experience. She is a holder of CELTA Certificate, National Geographic’s Certified Educator, STEAM Trainer, Co-Author, Translator and Coach. She is and an Adjunct Professor and Career Development Coordinator at Webster University in Tashkent.

Utkirbek Sobirov

Utkirbek Sobirov is 21 years old brave and purposeful young Uzbek man from the Andijan region. He is a third-year student of Uzbekistan State World Languages University. Utkirbek is a young blogger. He runs his own blog on the Telegram social network. The blog is about his life experiences and international higher education. He was selected as a winner of "Future News Worldwide 2020" in London. He is a public speaker. A month ago he organized a public speaking event called "ACUMEN" among his university's students.

Organizing team


Tashkent, Uzbekistan


  • Abdulaziz Goziev
  • Azizbek Ergashev
  • Farrukh Gulomiddinov
  • Nesrin Mahmud
  • Turakulova Sevara