TEDx events are known throughout the world. I began working on TEDxDCU in 2012, we had our first DCU event in 2013 with 100 attendees, by 2015 this number had grown to 450.
I hugely enjoy this project, it’s the perfect combination of inspiration and creativity, where voices are heard ideas are premium.
The 2015 TEDxDCU Team!
No shame getting a quick photo of the audience!
TEDxDCU 2015 | Insight
Here is an insight into our 2015 TEDxDCU event.
Using the internet as an empowerment tool - Autism as a disABILITY | Adam Harris | TEDxDCU
Adam Harris takes us on a journey - the journey of a person with Autism where he depicts the experience, language and learning experiences of a person with Autism. He describes about how we are affected by Autism and what we can do about it to create change.
Follow Adam on twitter: @AdamPHarris
What's the Story? | Dearbhail McDonald | TEDxDCU
Dearbhail McDonald talks to us about the history and evolution of story-telling in Ireland and its importance as part of our culture.
Dearbhail McDonald is Associate Editor and Legal Editor of the Irish Independent. A global Eisenhower Fellow, Dearbhail is also an author and broadcaster.
Follow Dearbhail on twitter: @dearbhaildibs
How would you like to be treated? | Louise Bruton | TEDxDCU
Louise speaks to us about her experiences as a wheelchair user and her career as a music journalist and blogger.
Louise Bruton is a Dublin-based freelance journalist. Her work has appeared in The Irish Times, the Sunday Business Post, entertainment.ie, The Huffington Post and the Irish Independent.
You can find her musings on access and being at crotch level with everyone on LeglessInDublin.blogspot.com.