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A live webcast will be available on this page during the event.

 

Would you like to organize a viewing party?

A viewing party is a group of people who do not attend the TEDx event, but rather watch it live at another designated venue, using the TEDx webcast.

Before you sign up, please be aware of the following rules:

  • Viewing parties cannot hold more than 100 attendees.
  • They must be free of charge to guests
  • For the most part, they should be held in non-commercial venues (such as homes, schools or libraries).

If you are interested in organizing a viewing party, please fill in a registration form here and send an email to tedxplacedesnations@un.org!

  


 The 2016 TEDxPlaceDesNations was watched live at 21 viewing parties in 12 countries across 4 continents! More than 1,000 people enjoyed the talks this way. 

The viewing parties were held in: Barcelona (Spain), Birmingham (Alabama, US), Boston (MA, US), Brugge (Belgium), Derby (UK), Guatemala City (Guatemala),  Hampton (Virginia, US), Lagos (Nigeria), Luzern (Switzerland), Natolin (Poland), Pachuca (Mexico), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), San Jose (Costa Rica), Washington, DC (US),  Westfield (Connecticut, US), Zurich (Switzerland), and at five different locations here in Geneva.

 

A big THANK YOU to all of our viewing parties for making TEDxPlaceDesNations a truly global event:

University of Derby

University of Barcelona - Master of International Studies

Swissnex Boston

College of Europe

Ariel Foundation International - Changemakers

City of Birmingham

Guatemala Ombudsman

Geneva School of Business and Economics

Foraus Luzern

United Nations Mandated University for Peace Model UN Program

Swissnex Brazil

ETH Entrepreneur Club

TEDxCollegeOfEuropeNatolin

Geneva Centre for Security Policy

Westfield Academy

United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Lagos

NASA DEVELOP National Program

UNOSAT

Impact Hub Geneva

UN Foundation in cooperation with the UN Information CentreEmbassy of Switzerland in Washington, DC, InterAction, UNA-NCA, and the Women’s Foreign Policy Group

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