In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxNakaseroWomen where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxNakaseroWomen event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.
All TEDx event names follow the same convention: a name beginning with TEDx, followed by a location-based descriptor such as the name of your city, school or neighborhood. Nakasero is the location where we are holding this event. We believe thatTEDxNakaseroWomen has the potential to accelerate change through the network it will build.
Our theme is “It’s About Time” TEDxNakaseroWomen will be celebrating invention in all its forms. Not just technology and things, but also solutions to poverty; approaches to peacemaking; expressions of art, and, at times, our own lives.
TEDxNakaseroWomen takes place October 27, 2016 . It will be an evening event, starting at 3.00p.m to 8.00p.m.
TEDxNakaseroWomen will be held at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel, Nile Avenue. Please click the Contacts button on menu on this website to see location.
To organize a TEDx event you need a license issued by TED. Prossy Kawala is the licensee of TEDxNakaseroWomen and is the organizer/Curator for this event. Prossy is however working with a team of volunteers including her Co-organizer Sylvia Nankya in preparing a successful event. Please visit our Organizers page for detail.
TEDxNakaseroWomen Speakers come from a range of professions and innovative sectors, some of which include: Business and Entrepreneurship, Health, Media, Technology, Fashion & Design, Entertainment, Education, Mentorship and a lot more. Please navigate to our Speakers page on this website to view our Speaker profiles.
You can come as an audience member, as a volunteer or as a speaker; you can also sponsor or partner with us. Get in touch by filling in the form on our Get Involve page or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, TEDxNakaseroWomen still has available seats for our guests. In order to be a part of our valued audience, please contact our TEDxNakaseroWomen Guest Lead Sylvia Nankya, via email at Sylvia@tedxnakasero.com or on cell phone number +256 778 120939. You may also get in touch with the organizing team by filling in the form via the Get Involved page on this website.
TEDxNakaseroWomen will be a mix of live talks, pre-recorded TED talks selected from TED.com performances and the TEDWomen Live stream. There will also be plenty of time for eating, talking and network building.
Through sponsorship/partnerships and ticket sales. No one is paid and there is no funding attached to our TEDx License.
TEDxNakaseroWomen Organizers are not hosting this event for monetary reward or personal gain. We are doing so because we truly believe in the power of ideas to change the world. The Organization handling funding for this event is Center for Media Literacy and Community Development (CEMCOD), and is purely not-for-profit. Its focus is to bring about holistic growth and development by uplifting the status of vulnerable communities within Uganda through the provision of Media, Media-related and direct community interventions. We aim to inspire innovation, thought leadership and visionary insight.
The content and design of each TEDx event is unique and developed independently, but all TEDx events have several features in common.
- TED’s celebrated format: A suite of short, carefully prepared talks, demonstrations and performances (given live, or through TED Talks from TED.com) on a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and wonder — and to provoke conversations that matter
- TED Talks videos: A minimum of two pre-recorded talks from the acclaimed TED Talks video series (these talks are available free on TED.com)
- Bias-free programming: Lack of any commercial, religious or political agenda.