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Talks

8 Years in row and 90 talks to inspire great actions

TEDxTehranWomen 2020:‌

Fearless


Ariana Vafadari

From Pain, to inspiration and Art

Jabiz Hafizi

The important role of love in the 7 steps towards fearlessness

Roya Mahboob

Why is STEAM education so important for young girls?

Shima Beigi

Everything we need to know about paradigm shifts

Mahsa Alafar

The revolutionary impact of our choices

Mitra Shahsavand

Dancing with my fears

Mandana Nouri

Records Are Not Numbers

Kamuran Ucar

Can Hope be an Antidote for Fear?

Sanaz Sadooghi

Why We Need More Barefoot Leaders!

TEDxTehran Countdown 2020:‌

Climate Change


Mona Khaleghy Rad

Why should we be creative in respecting the Earth?

Ali Afshar

Citizenship responsibility; From walking to driving

Hanif Rastgoftar

Reflections on Climate Policy-Making and Related Cultural Promotion

Jabiz Hafizi

Suite for Piano, Op.7, No.1 ‘Entrata’ in D minor - Julius Röntgen (1855 – 1932)

Sheller Ghorbani

Sustainable development and its hidden opportunities

TEDxTehranSalon June 2020:‌

Undotted and Uncrossed


Rozita Shojaei

Finding Conscious Cultural Identity

Arndt Pechstein

How to create a future we want: blurring the boundaries between humans, technology and biology

Farinaz Lari

A champions mindset: what can we learn from it.

Farzaneh Ghods

Be the change you want to see in your company

TEDxTehranWomen 2019:‌

Bold+Brilliant


Leila Sadeghi

Why is literature important?

Hoda Mobasseri

Mental health, balancing between dreams and reality

TEDxTehran 2019:‌

Responsible Optimism


Jafar Mahallati

The astronomical costs of unfriedship

Shabnam Yazdani

The gap between science and industry: How we are responsible?

Nima Rezaei

How borderless science is in our collective best interest?

Aseyeh Hatami

Four ways to make use of the years we spend on education.

Amir Hossein Yazdani

We only live to fail

Saba Nassiri

How can loneliness be your superpower?

Hamed Abdi

Sips from Khayyam’s Millennium-old Wine

Nushe band

Thus the pattern of our hands shuffle

Shahla Safaei

How we are enabling modern fascism via social media?

Majid Naghedinia

How money is devaluing our wealth?

Sepehr Mousavi

We need an upgrade for managing cities of the future!

TEDxYouth@Tehran 2018:‌

BrainFood


Yekta Asgari

A Scene From Shahnameh: Victory Always Comes With A Price.

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Brain Food

TEDxTehranSalon 2018 Inotex:‌

TEDxTehranSalon - Tehran 2.0


Lena Vafaey

Want it smart?! Make it local.

Shadnaz Azizi

THE WAY WE RUN OUR CITIES IS BROKEN, AND THAT'S AN OPPORTUNITY!

Reyhaneh Vahidian Sadegh

Wisdom, a lost piece of urban development

TEDxTehran 2017:‌

Crossroads


Farid Shokrieh

UPSIDE DOWN: AN INVERTED MANAGEMENT/LEADERSHIP STORY

Kiarash Aramesh

HOW WE FOOL OURSELVES IN TIMES OF SICKNESS

Ehsan Jahandarpour

GROWTH HACKING: TODAY’S EFFICACIOUS MINDSET FOR GROWTH

Paniez Paykari

THE MORE WE KNOW, THE MORE WE KNOW WE DON'T KNOW

Hamidreza Keshavarz Mohammadian

THE HAZARDS OF AI: BEWARE!

Mohammad Kazem Ghanbari

THE UNTOLD STORIES OF INTERNET IN IRAN

Christopher Patrick Peterka

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CROSSROAD BETWEEN GUTENBERG AND ZUCKERBERG

Reza Sayah

HOW TO SPOT NEWS THAT'S NOT NEWS

Shahrzad Musical Performance

Dreamland Meets The Ruined City

TEDxTehran 2016:‌

Good Morning Tehran


Christophe Rezai

How To Cultivate Your Creativity

Gelareh Kiazand

Curing Your Curiosity

Kosar Movahedi

What's Really Worth Keeping?

Lena Vafaey

35 Hours in Tehran

Lili Golestan

I Wanted it, I Made it Happen

Mohammad Majidi

The Dance of Positive and Negative Spaces

Ramtin Monazahian

Experience the unknown

TEDxTehran 2015:‌

The New Paradigm


Kiana Shafiei

Classical Music With Persian Twist

Alireza Tahmasebzadeh

What If Technology Could Be Personalized For You?

Azadeh Yasaman Nabizadeh

Iranian Craftsmanship Preserved through Modern Designs

Azita Houshiar

Food & Social Media: Changing the Conversation One Taste bud at a Time

Gilda Gazor

Stories Behind Iran

Mashallah Naghilou

What I Did After My Heart Attack: Climbed Mount Damavand, 5 Times!

Mohammad Ali Inanlou

Half a Century with Iran Nature

Dr. Nasser Aghdami

Crossing the Boundaries of Science

Sasan Behzadi

Innovation Vs. Copy

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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 TEDxTehran, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxTehran 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.
Supporting the mission of Ideas Worth spreading, TEDxTehran are local, independently organized events licensed by TED that brings people living in Tehran together to share a TED-like experience. We bring thought leaders, innovators and doers, from across different disciplines, to share their ideas and stories in the heart of Tehran. In the spirit of TED’s “Ideas Worth Spreading” we strive to bring "Make Iran Famous for its Ideas".
TEDxYouth@Tehran is part of the TEDxYouth initiative by TED. On and around the time of Universal Children’s Day, several cities and communities host a TEDxYouth event. While each event is different in format, size and theme, they have a shared vision: inspiring creativity, igniting innovation, and empowering the youth.
Salon events are often small weekly or monthly events that keeps a TEDx community engaged between regular TEDx events. It’s a unique kind of gathering that TEDx organizers hold which allows the conversation to continue, in person.