Ania is a student at the Copernicus High School in Warsaw, currently in second grade. She loves travelling, meeting new people, spending time in nature, reading, and watching silly rom-com. Her main interests are politics, sociology, music, and, most importantly, theatre. Her life has been revolving around that passion for the past 11 years. And that is why she decided to give a speech on “How theatre shapes societies?”.
Dagmara is a student at 33 Copernicus High School. She reads a lot and writes a lot. She is also a debater at heart and in practice and has decent public speaking experience. She is an IB student and organizes many events like WawMoot 2023. Dagmara feels she often gets lost, wondering what is the purpose of life Words were always her form of self-expression. Whether written or spoken, she learned to pour her soul into words.
Gabriela is a third-year IB student at 33 Copernicus High School. From stars through chairs to crocodiles, she spends her time-wasting ink on drawing and writing stories, occasionally dabbling in the world of politics. Coming from a family of magpies, she collects all that sparkles, including glass and crystal animal figurines. During her speech, she hopes to explore the psychological mechanisms at the heart of one of humankind's most curious characteristics: why do we like shiny things?
Igor attends 33 Copernicus High School and is an IB student. He is interested in politics, literature, and foreign languages. He debates in various formats with his high school team and is also the Secretary-General of the Copernicus Model United Nations 2023. He spent his last year in the United States as an ASSIST Scholar 2021/22. He loves travelling, reading, and hanging out with his friends.
She was a little bit older than the majority of TedxYouth_copernicusno33 speakers. She is a mother of 2 great young women and a pharmacist by education. Therefore her speech was dedicated to the question, „Does a miracle panaceum already exist, or is it to be invented shortly?”.
He has been involved in plastic surgery for several years, since the beginning of his medical studies. He completed specialization training at the Clinic of Plastic Surgery of the CMKP in Warsaw, where he performs a full range of operations in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery. His particular interest is hair restoration surgery and regenerative medicine; he manages the hair transplant team at the Dr Szczyt Clinic and is a speaker at international congresses. For him, plastic surgery primarily improves the quality of life.
Karolina is a student at 33 Copernicus High School in Warsaw. The subject of her talk relates closely to her biggest hobby, watching series. She loves meeting with her friends, cuddling with her pets and reading. She enjoys watching TV shows because it allows her to unwind in a carefree world with a brave superhero and their loveable sidekick.
She is a psychology student, hippotherapy instructor and psychoeducational activist. For over three years, she has been sharing her experience of mental health problems as part of her social media activities and during workshops for youth, where she talks about, among others, the experience of suffering from depression and staying in a psychiatric hospital.
Michał attends the 33rd Copernicus high school in Warsaw. His main interests include snowboarding, chemistry, international relations (which includes Model United Nation Conferences) and - first and foremost - films about which he has spoken. He considers films a great device to reflect on our world and a fantastic experience for their own sake. He developed public speaking skills during numerous school presentations and MUNs he has attended.
He is a second-year student at Bocconi University, one of Europe's top 5 business schools. Fueled by his passion for innovation, technology, and business, he's been driven to explore new ideas and take the initiative in various projects. He is an avid explorer of AI and its usage in modern business.
As an IB student, he founded the Warsaw Soccer IB League, a unique project that taught me leadership and commitment. As a member of the operations team for the Poland 2.0 Summit in London, the largest startup and technology conference organized by Polish students abroad, his interest in innovation has continued to grow. Alongside his friends from other top universities, he co-founded an informal startup interest group, where we meet twice weekly to exchange ideas and inspire each other.