TEDxMontrealSalon brings together the effervescent TEDxMontreal community several times a year to exchange ideas, foster friendships and kickstart collaborations. This July, the salon will take place at the Phi Centre, a multidisciplinary arts and culture organization that cultivates all aspects of creation, development, production and dissemination.
The lineup of french speakers will adress the theme Perspectives On Human Rights. Be ready to a unique mixture of talks, workshops, and interactive experiences.
Please note that the following event will be held in French only and will be filmed.
Emily Laliberté, founder and artistic director of Coup d'éclats
Emily Laliberté is a multidisciplinary artist committed into the implementation of social and political projects. She is the founder and artistic director of Coup d'éclats, an organization which develops mediation, collaboration and co-creation initiatives with communities experiencing various forms of social marginalization. Emily is also finalist of the Prix Droits et Libertés by Quebec Commission of Human Rights and Youth Rights.
Claire Gaillard, co-editor-in-chief for Lez Spread the Word magazine lstw
Determined to allow as many people as possible to learn from past experiences, to be inspired by current initiatives and to act with full knowledge for their future, Claire Gaillard has put information sharing at the heart of her career. Passionate about identity matters, she is involved with various organisms that demystify the biases of our judgments, fight discriminations, and favor living and learning together. Claire is also finalist of the Prix Droits et Libertés by Quebec Commission of Human Rights and Youth Rights.
Amélie Duranleau, responsible for the Ready, Willing and Able program implementation in Quebec
In the past 15 years, Amélie Duranleau accumulated experience in building and managing projects, as well as in HR and administrative management in many areas: public, community-based and international. She has a fine understanding of the inclusive hiring process for the most vulnerable populations as well as the development and recognition of workforce skills. Amélie is also finalist of the Prix Droits et Libertés by Quebec Commission of Human Rights and Youth Rights.
Please note that food will not be served at the event. Snacks can be bought at the bar, along with a choice of drinks.