The YouTuber spoke on the issue of sex education at the event which took place last weekend in London.
Hannah Witton took to the stage as part of TEDxClapham on 17 January, in a day of lectures on topics ranging from clearing dormant bombs in Laos to sex education, which Hannah spoke on.
— TEDxClapham (@TEDxClapham) January 17, 2015
The day was part of the TEDx initiative, which aims to run a “program of local, self-organised events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience”.
Writing on her blog following the event, Hannah said: “Everyone was so inspiring and engaging. There were so many badass women talking about their work and how they’re changing the world little by little. TEDxClapham truly made me feel a part of something. Something big.”
— Beth Meyer (@BeMeyer) January 17, 2015
What an amazing day! Well done to all the speakers & people who worked on #TEDxClapham! NOW LETS GET DRUNK!
— Hannah Witton (@hannahwitton) January 17, 2015
Hannah also took part in the #LeadersLive debates, why not read on our recaps of the debates with Green leader Natalie Bennett, UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Labour leader Ed Miliband and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Why not also catch up on the news that David Cameron has dropped out of his scheduled appearance in the debates.