Palais des Nations
in Geneva 1211
TEDxPlaceDesNationsWomen is a unique event, bringing people together around “ideas worth spreading”, in the form of short, impactful speeches and performances.
This year’s edition – “Empower” - will focus on women’s empowerment and gender equality. The 10 inspiring and passionate speakers, while covering a wide range of issues such as nuclear disarmament, domestic workers’ rights, acquiring digital skills, and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), will come together to amplify the following ideas:
- The United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva have an immense transformational and positive impact on people’s lives around the world, every day.
- 2018, with the momentum created by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, has become a milestone year for women’s empowerment.
- When women are empowered, they do great things for their communities and society as a whole.
- Whether they are entrepreneurs, medical doctors, politicians, historians or students, they all are remarkable agents of change. The event provides a unique setting to celebrate female difference-makers around the world, yesterday, today and tomorrow.
- The most pressing challenges of our time can be solved when their talent and ideas are unlocked.
TEDxPlaceDesNationsWomen will take place in the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Although it is a public event, registration is mandatory and only holders of a special TEDx badge will be granted access to the venue.
Registration is free of charge and will be open here from 5 to 19 November. Confirmation emails to selected participants will be sent two weeks before the event.
A live webcast will be available on this page during the event.
Would you like to organize a viewing party?
A viewing party is a group of people who do not attend the TEDx event, but rather watch it live at another designated venue, using the TEDx webcast.
Before you sign up, please be aware of the following rules:
- Viewing parties cannot hold more than 100 attendees.
- They must be free of charge to guests
- For the most part, they should be held in non-commercial venues (such as homes, schools or libraries).