TedxHagueAcademySalon 'Secure Societies', The Hague University, 19 March 2014
What does it mean to live in a secure society? What are the new elements that are needed to help us towards security? What’s the balance between security and freedom? These are the questions we’ll be asking at our upcoming TEDxHagueAcademySalon – a focused, fun evening that rolls around the concept of ‘Secure Societies’. The word ‘secure’ has lots of different meanings for all of us. But most would agree that ‘security’ ranks up there with ‘peace’ ‘freedom’ ‘justice’ as one of those concepts that can be debated, pulled apart, disagreed about – but is essential.

Four dynamic TED-style talks will headline this inspiring and interactive evening. They will be complemented by a series of inspiring short pitches on new ideas on security in its broadest sense. Plus there will be networking opportunities, entertainment and – of course – delicious food.


19 March 2014, 18:00  


The wonderful auditorium of The Hague University (THU)

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