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TEDxMaldonWomen offers an unparalleled environment to engage with uplifting ideas on advancing gender equity. The theme for TEDxMaldonWomen 2023 is OPEN A-GENDER, inviting a diverse range of speakers to share their ideas on the broad subject of gender, to empower you to take bold strides with other innovators who are doing the same. The stage is set and the floor is wide open.

Maldon has been invited to host TEDxMaldonWomen: a TEDx event in Maldon which celebrates a number of different ideas, from a range of disciplines, either given by or relating to women. TEDxMaldonWomen is an exciting opportunity to help move the conversation about the power of girls and women in a meaningful way.

TEDxMaldonWomen will be held Saturday 28 October.

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  1. TEDx events may neither pay nor charge speakers.

  2. Sponsors of your event cannot be speakers and can never present from the stage.

  3. Organisers cannot be speakers at events to which they contribute.

  4. The broad theme of TEDxMaldonWomen is gender.

  5. Speakers must include the broad theme of gender in their talk and focus on a specific idea they want to address and share; incorporating a call to action for the audience. 

  6. Talks must be no longer than 12 minutes.

  7. We encourage talks to be presented without the use of power point slides and video or visual aids. 

  8. All talks should comply with TEDx Content Guidelines and Copyright Guidelines.

  9. If a talk does not follow the Content Guidelines or Copyright Guidelines, organizers have the discretion to withhold the talk. They must inform both TED staff and the speaker(s) that they have made this decision, along with their reasoning.

  10. If a talk does not follow the Content Guidelines or Copyright Guidelines and the organizer chooses to upload the talk, TEDx reserves the right to add an editorial flag describing how the talk falls outside the guidelines or to decline its publication.

  11. TED and TEDx are platforms for showcasing and explaining genuine advances in science that are backed by research.

  12. Scientific claims by speakers should be based on data that has survived scrutiny by experts in the field. Speakers should be transparent about the basis for any factual claims, and the scientific evidence for them.

  13. The consequences of pseudoscience can be especially severe, and speakers should not misuse scientific language to make unsubstantiated claims.

  14. No talks with an inflammatory political or religious agenda, nor polarizing “us vs them” language.

  15. We seek to build consensus and provide outside-the-box thinking, not to revisit familiar, unresolvable disputes on these topics.

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