A TEDxExeter 2018 Adventure
We are excited to bring the livestream of the world’s first TEDx event in a refugee camp to Exeter! Join us to hear ideas from Kakuma Camp reaching and impacting the world. Come to be informed, challenged and inspired and to be part of a global conversation about refugees – one of the most pressing questions facing us all.
Saturday, 9 June 2018 from 07:45 to 13:00 (BST) at Exeter Library, EX4 3PQ, UK
TEDxKakumaCamp will take place at Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya on 9 June – for refugees and with refugees. Local and international speakers will share their ideas about innovation, education and transformation, offering an inspiring and thought provoking lens on the life of refugees and emphasizing extraordinary stories of resilience, contribution and creativity.
TEDxExeter curator Claire Kennedy will be travelling to Kakuma Camp to support refugee speakers as they prepare their talks, so we’re particularly excited to join the event online and bring this unique event to the heart of Exeter.
Click here to book your place for the livestream at Exeter Library. Join the conversation on twitter with #TEDxKakumaCamp and visit TEDxKakumaCamp.org to find out more about the speakers and the performers.
Join us at this very special TEDxExeter Adventure to hear ideas from Kakuma Camp reaching and impacting the world.
Come to be informed, challenged and inspired and to be part of a global conversation about refugees.
You can find more details about TEDxKakuma Camp’s inspirational speakers and performers at www.TEDxKakumaCamp.org.