Dare To Disrupt with TEDxBristol on 2 & 3 November 2017 at Colston Hall
TEDxBristol: Dare To Disrupt returns to Colston Hall with two jam-packed days of inspirational talks, break-out workshops and ideas that could change the world. The theme DareToDisrupt focuses on Bristol's positive disruptors, whose ideas and actions are ripping up the rule book and having a global impact.
Thurs 2nd November: Disruptive Bodies ~ Disruptive Minds - From physical bodies that don’t look or work the way they are ‘supposed to’ to new or controversial ways of thinking, dreaming and challenging: these are personal stories of positive disruption.
Fri 3rd November - Disruptive Innovation ~ Disruptive Planet - Speakers will share more public and collaborative stories and will argue that some of the world’s biggest and most urgent challenges can only be tackled by collective action and disrupting at scale.
Day One: Disruptive Bodies, Disruptive Minds
Martyn Ashton – Free Wheeling: Why You Don’t Need Legs to Ride a Bike
Nura Aabe – No More Us and Them: Disrupting Attitudes Towards Autism
Charles Radclyffe - Three Steps to Survive the Robot Revolution
Mena Fombo – No.You Cannot Touch My Hair
Esther Crawley – Disrupting your View of ME
Alan Bec – Wellbeing: Talking In Numbers
Antonia Forster – LGBTQ & Poly in Animals - Yes It’s Natural!
Joshua Luke Smith - The World Within: Why Dealing with the Heart of the Matter Begins with Dealing with Matters of the Heart”
Day Two: Disruptive Innovation, Disruptive Planet
Anna Starkey – Why We Need a Culture of Curiosity
Dr Clive Colledge – Why Baby Boomers, Millennials, and GenerationX Don’t Exist
Dr Madge Dresser – Good People, Hate Groups, and History
David McGoran – How Avant-Garde Robots Will Help Us Survive This Century
Natalie Fee – Changing The World: One Flush At A Time
Kelsey Hoppe – Where Is Safe?
Bex Baxter - Ending a Workplace Taboo. Period.
Clayton Planter – Learn The Legal Hustle
For full info - see speaker biographies here
The two day schedule is here