5 TEDTalks about charity & activism that will inspire you
May 28, 2016
With so many on-going debates about charities and ways that we can contribute to saving the world that we live in, it’s difficult to know where to start! To help, we’ve put together a list of 5 incredibly thought provoking TEDTalks that will make you reconsider the way that you look at charity and how much power you actually have to stimulate change…
Activist, Dan Pallotta, speaks out on the double standard relationship that many people have with charities; being expected to change the world without a budget. Why do we reward organisations for how little they spend instead of how much they achieve? He says, let’s start recognising that huge accomplishments sometimes come with big expenses.
Is it possible to end hunger and poverty, achieve gender equality and stop the impact of climate change in the next 15 years? Michael Green asks us to imagine just how we can turn this vision into a reality and make the world a better place.
Elizabeth Nyamayaro, head of UN Women’s HeForShe initiative, explains how men can do their part to make the world a better place for women. She shares why it is so important for men to stand up in the fight for global gender equality and just how much an impact we can have when we stand together.
With individuals owning almost half of all global capital, we actually have the power to make a difference by choosing to invest in organisations that support our social values. With more opportunity than ever before to truly be the change, Choi explains exactly how we can do this.
There has been plenty of talk about using Mars as a backup planet for human life, should the Earth cease to exist one day. In this talk, Walkowicz says that we need to stop considering where to move to once the Earth has been destroyed by human activity and start looking at ways to preserve the planet that we call home.
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