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Impact Hub Ticino launches the series of TED Members Group Discussions events (formerly TED Circles), recurring, informal events in which participants watch a TED video together on the most current and pressing community issues and openly discuss them by finding solutions and confronting each other in an effort of collective intelligence.

Each TED Members Group Discussion is unique and everyone is virtually connected through the TED platform. The goal of the discussion group in Impact Hub is to inspire, people and organizations working in the area and raise awareness on issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals.

The free meetings are 4 per year and limited to a maximum of about 70 participants, and take place in the evening, usually from 18:00 to 20:00. A typical meeting starts with the viewing of a TED video that opens the discussion, followed by an informal chat in “fishbowl” mode moderated by Impact Hub Ticino, animated by some conversation starters who are experts on the topic and a broader discussion with all participants who wish to intervene.

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The next TED Members Group Discussion will take place on May 19, 2022 at 6pm in Impact Hub Ticino. The theme will be “Inclusion Revolution: listening, valuing and welcoming diversity in the world of work… and beyond” starting with the TED Talk video Inclusion revolution by Daisy Auger-Domínguez, Diversity and Inclusion Strategist. Registration on Eventbrite.

Past events

July 19, 2022, to be announced soon

May 19, 2022, “Inclusion Revolution

March 24, 2022, “Companies in the changing society. New models of corporate culture, the value of human resources and the evolution of the concept of ownership.

October 21, 2021, “The 15-minute city: how to design an innovative and sustainable city

Per maggiori informazioni

Scrivici a ticino (at) impacthub (dot) ch

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