Rewatch now!

Re-live the event by viewing the recorded live stream, while the official Youtube videos are being edited. We will provide a link to the final videos, once complete.

Please note that the sound might be sound corrupted on mobile phones, we are working on that! It seems to work well on desktop computers and laptops.

Introduction by curators and host – Amaia Uriz & Gergo Bohner, Sam Ford

Speaker Session #1 – Simon Mashudu Marcus, Lottie Ion, Peter Kaznacheev, Manfredi San Germano

Speaker Session #2 – Ayesha Siddique Khan, Ewelina Ochab, Victoria Ball, Mark Howard Stephens CBE

Speaker Session #3 – Shahina Jaffer, Basia Vucic & Julia & Blanca Prieto Brain, Michael Vincent, Hannah Stodel

Check out the programme of the day, or the full brochure introducing every part of the event! You can learn more about our fabulous speakers below, and listen to their talks on the link above.



Theme – eQuality

In rapidly changing times, we strive for accessible technology and a high quality of life, equally for all. Our amazing speakers will share their ideas, how they will make eQuality happen!

eQuality is at the forefront of today’s thinking. eQuality represents universal access to information, advanced healthcare, quality food, good education, fulfilling jobs and decent retirement plans. Technological advancements bring the possibility of true equality ever closer. Still, the number of those who are being left behind is constantly increasing. At the same time, the quality of our relationships, spiritual life and social discussion is at risk.

Following last year’s excursion into the future – [What Next] – TEDxGoodenoughCollege will now explore pros and cons of eQuality, and aim to make that future better for everyone!

And to ensure this happens not only on the long timescales after implementing our speakers’ brilliant ideas, but in the here and now, we invited local charities to introduce their life-changing work and enable you to start helping today.