TEDxGatewaySalon: Breaking Barriers to bring together curious minds and groundbreaking ideas
TEDxGatewaySalon: Breaking Barriers, an independently organized TED event, will take place on 29th March 2019, at The Tata Theatre, National Centre Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai, India. This special edition will shine a spotlight on dazzling ideas from some of the world’s most extraordinary women risk-takers and innovators who are breaking barriers and changing the rules of the game.
Reiterating TED’s mission of “Ideas Worth Spreading”, TEDxGateway Salons welcome an intimate audience for an evening of highly-curated Talks revolving around a globally relevant theme. A condensed version of a TEDxGateway flagship conference, the salons are distinct in their brevity, opportunities for conversation, and heightened interaction between speakers and audience.
TEDxGatewaySalon: Breaking Barriers will bring to the forefront visionaries and luminaries that include Aditi Prasad, who is revolutionizing education by teaching STEM skills to young India; Jody Williams, a Nobel Peace Laureate; Dr. Shubha Tole, a neuroscientist; Vidhya Subramanian, an eminent Bharatanatyam artist; Ankita Shah, a spoken poet and storyteller, Rwitwika Bhattcharya, Data Governance Crusader, among others.
Commenting on TEDxGatewaySalon, Yashraj Akashi, Senior Ambassador for the TEDx Program in India said, “Women are making big strides for equality and justice across the globe, and India is no exception. Day in and day out, women are challenging traditional roles to pave the way for a brighter and more just India. We are celebrating these pioneers making power moves, brilliant people who are just getting started, and those who tirelessly show up as allies and advocates.”
“This event is for anyone who wants to take part in a thought-provoking celebration of women who catalyze ideas towards action and to celebrate the effort of bold thinkers building a better world. I invite you to be part of this enriching evening – visit https://www.tedxgateway.com/salon/ to register”, he further added.