Food & Communication: Recipes for Development

TEDxWashingtonCircle Event
October 25, 2011

On October 27, TEDxWashingtonCircle will host three speakers from different disciplines, who will come together and talk about their own experiences with development initiatives and share effective communication strategies.

People in developing countries need easy access to useful information in order to improve their lives. Widened public awareness allows communities to devise and execute initiatives that lead to sustainable development results.

Event information

Thursday, October 27, 2011
10:30am – 1:45pm am
(doors open at 10)
Live webcast

Chef José Andrés (Video)
Louise Meyer (Video)
Chef Marcela Valladolid

TEDxWashingtonCircle Website
Twitter: #TEDxWC

Knowledge and information allow people to identify not only opportunities but also obstacles that hinder their economic, social, and human development. Effective communication can give communities the tools they need to use water more efficiently, protect children from disease, or grow better crops. Informed citizens are empowered to find solutions to their problems.

TEDxWashingtonCircle is an independently organized event held in Washington, DC that strives to bring together remarkable and notable speakers from diverse disciplines to share with our audience their passionate stories and recipes for development initiatives and program s that tackle food security, malnutrition, and poverty in poor countries.