This isn't just a conference
WE CELEBRATE CURIOSITY
What is WikiStage?
Events and videos - and a big dream: to create a video library of questions
WikiStage is about curiosity.
It is a collaborative non-profit project of people around the world who think it is important to never stop learning and to stay curious. The vision is to create a
free video library of questions
where experts address one question in 6 or 12 minutes. The videos are
filmed at WikiStage Events
that anybody can organise. Learn more about WikiStage
Stay up-to-date about all upcoming events: facebook, twitter, email, tumblr
can be Conferences, Sessions or Studio events. Organise your own event? Find out how.
WikiStage ESCP Europe
08.12.2013 - 1:00PM to 9:00PM
ESCP Europe, Paris Campus 79, avenue de la République, 75011 Paris
The central theme is "Curiosity" because we believe that it is intellectual curiosity that pushes people towards new discoveries. By cultivating a curiosity for different perspectives from people with various backgrounds, we seek to contribute to a world with greater empathy and less indifference. Go to the Event Website to find out more about the speakers and to get your ticket
WikiStage Centrale Paris
École Centrale Paris
The conference will celebrate the theme of entrepreneurship: "L'audace d'entreprendre". Tickets will be available soon via: www.centraleparis.wikistage.org
WikiStage teams are currently preparing events in different cities around the world. As soon as they announce their event, you will find it here. To stay up to date in real time, follow WikiStage on facebook.
WikiStage AntiCafé Session
"The Secrets of Time" was the theme of this WikiStage Session. The AntiCafé in Paris welcomed experts from the fields of philosophy, comedy, physics, psychiatry, entrepreneurship and communication. The WikiTalks alternated with a violin performance, a singer & songwriter as well as a pianist.
The first WikiStage Event in Africa took place in the capital of Mauritania: Nouakchott. The event was organised by students and supported by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports. The event at the Chamber of Commerce welcomed a mathematician, a sociologist, a journalist, a comedian and many more. Find more here.
A WikiTalk is a 6 or 12 minute video: one expert adresses one question. Find all WikiTalks here.
Any WikiTalk or short presentation should make your audience think three things: "I didn't know that", "I'm glad I do now" and "I'd like to know more". Watch the precious advice of speaker coach Phil Waknell.
Idriss Aberkane, researcher at Ecole Polytechnique, makes the case against the parasite of war. In his WikiTalk, he advocates the Peace-Industrial Complex.
In this WikiTalk (French), Pierre Carli, the Director of the SAMU (medical emergency service) of Paris, explains how to react when you witness a heart attack.
The website to organise all WikiTalks in a video library is currently under construction. Until then, find all videos here.
Be part of it!
Organise your own event
Apply for a license
Are you ready to invite experts and artists to share their knowledge with you and the world? Learn how.
Give a WikiTalk
Apply to become a speaker
WikiTalks can be recorded at WikiStage Conferences, WikiStage Sessions or in a WikiStage Studio.
Volunteer with us in Paris
Be part of our core team as volunteer or intern.
The WikiStage Association is a Paris based non-profit. Join our fast-growing team.
Become Partner or Sponsor of WikiStage
Help us create a video library of knowledge
Add your piece to this puzzle and sponsor WikiStage Events or our website.
WikiStage in Paris
Stay up-to-date about upcoming WikiStage Events in Paris. Currently, we only offer email news for events in Paris, the city where WikiStage was born. Other cities will follow.
Learn more about WikiStage on our blog: WikiStage.tumblr.com
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