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Described as a “book club for TED talks”, TED Circles is a new TED initiative where small groups of people come together to discuss ideas proposed by various TED and TEDx speakers. 
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Hello You. As the situation with the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve on a daily basis in the UK and beyond, it’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed looking for accurate information and anxious about those closest to you. 
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Beyond Borders is TEDxLondon’s exploration of different topics and ideas that inspire and intrigue us. To mark International Women’s Day this weekend, we’re sharing the work of some of the incredible womxn in the TEDxLondon community. It’s no secret that the world’s greatest issues disproportionately affect womxn. From war to natural disasters, womxn and girls are bearing the...
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For #TEDxLondonWomen, we spoke to leading international environmental lawyer and Extinction Rebellion activist Farhana Yamin, who has spent her career advising leaders and countries about #ShowingUp for our planet. As a leading international environmental lawyer, you’ve spent your career advising leaders and countries. Have you always had an activist side? I was an activist as a...
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TEDxLondon is always keen to support the work of our speakers and take powerful ideas and put them into action. This year you have the opportunity to support Payzee Mahmod and the campaign to end child marriage in the UK. In 2019, Payzee became a Survivor Ambassador for the Safeguard Futures, Ban Child Marriage campaign....
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Beyond Borders is TEDxLondon’s exploration of different topics and ideas that inspire and intrigue us. To mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we are sharing our commitment to creating inclusive spaces. Earlier this year, we worked with Citi to develop and launch an Accessibility Charter, bringing to life our commitment to creating inclusive spaces...
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Whether you call it the loo, the bog, the bathroom or the WC, the toilet is a strange kind of sanctuary: it’s a place to fix your makeup, share a secret with a friend, psych yourself up before a big meeting, soothe a panic attack, take refuge from a bad date or borrow a tampon...
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Are you even a self-respecting millennial if you’re not hooked on at least one podcast? Whether it’s learning something new on the commute or needing something to make you laugh while you’re making dinner, podcasts are the easiest and best form of entertainment – and, luckily, in no short supply. For your listening pleasure, we’ve...
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This Black History Month, we’re taking a closer look at how far we’ve really come as a society to be actively antiracist. Photo by Vlad Tchompalov on Unsplash Black History Month is a time of celebration but also of reflection. You may have noticed many articles, tweets and talks – including some of our past speakers – both...
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In 2016, Be Inspired Films’ filmmaker Ravinol Chambers, and friend of TEDxLondon, set out on a 1,800 km Tuk Tuk trip in India to raise money for a local girls’ education charity. What started out as a fundraising trip became a personal journey to understand the challenges of gender discrimination and attitudes towards girls’ education....
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