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On the 18th of March, a motivated group of future TEDxAmsterdam volunteers gathered online for our first meeting. The world had just turned upside down, but no one was letting this get in the way of their excitement. If anything, the Corona crisis created more urgency for the organisation and its mission to spread ‘Ideas Worth Doing’. While reflecting on

We often think that self-care involves eating well and exercising, but actually it all starts in your head. Just like your physical muscles, your mental ones can be trained as well. That’s why bestselling author Wouter de Jong will transform the Beurs van Berlage into a gym for the mind during TEDxAmsterdam. In only twenty minutes, you’ll train your brain

Luan Buleshkaj is a former radio presenter turned whimsical wordsmith. The well-known spoken word artist encompasses a kind of magic that very few of us could ever achieve. It could be something to do with the fact he’s worked in a number of copywriting roles, or it could have something to do with his blood due to his mother being

In times where topics like climate change, deforestation and mass migration can be overwhelming, artist Thijs Biersteker turns scientific research into empowering interactive art installations.    As an artist and tutor at the Technical University Delft, he works together with universities and scientists worldwide to turn their, sometimes  shocking, facts on today's pressing issues into relatable experiences.  By weaving together big data, nature,

On November 8th 2019, TEDxAmsterdam hosts its Planet Act event at the Beurs van Berlage. An event that fits perfectly in this unique historical meeting place! TEDxAmsterdam wants to bring people together for an inspiring event and the Beurs van Berlage is Amsterdam's ultimate meeting place. In the historic city centre of Amsterdam, the Beurs fulfils the function of the

For most of us, the range of winged animals we see in a day is rather limited. Maybe an inbound flutter of a pigeon heading directly towards you, the piercing squawk of a seagull over the city or a muddle of mischievous magpies. If we extend that array of sightings to a year, then the number of species we see