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    Meet our amazing speakers and performers. Click on their profiles to watch their TEDxRC² talks. We were very honored to have the European Director of TED and the curator of TEDGlobal, Bruno Giussani, as our wonderful host.

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      Jonas Gahr Støre


      Jonas Gahr Støre is the current Norwegian Foreign Minister. He has previously served as a special advisor, director general, state secretary and chief of staff in the Norwegian Prime Minister's office.
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      Paul Conneally


      Paul Conneally is a former journalist turned aid worker, who has spent more than ten years "in the field," with both the ICRC and IFRC, working with communities affected by war and disaster.
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      Heather Blanchard


      Heather Blanchard is a social entrepreneur, who works on the front lines of the online crisis crowd by connecting people, tools and resources.
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      Patrick Chappatte


      Patrick is a renowned editorial cartoonist and previous TEDGlobal and TEDxParis talker.
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      Edna Adan Ismail


      Edna Adan Ismail is a nurse, midwife, UN diplomat, French Legion of Honour recipient and former foreign minister of Somaliland.
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      Bruno Giussani


      Bruno is the curator of TEDGlobal, one of TED's two annual conferences. He is also hosting our TEDxRC²
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      Seckou Keita


      Seckou, a native of south Senegal, began his musical training at a very early age. He has been touring for the past 12 years and has been fundraising for the ICRC since November 2010.
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      Fiona Terry


      Fiona Terry has spent 20 years involved in humanitarian operations in different parts of the world including northern Iraq, Somalia, the Great Lakes region of Africa, Liberia and Sudan.
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      Alberto Cairo


      Alberto is the head of the ICRC's orthopaedic programme in Afghanistan. He's spent the past two decades helping an estimated 100,000 landmine victims learn to walk again.