Zak Ebrahim is a writer, public speaker, and activist who has dedicated his life to promoting nonviolence. In 2014, he gave a TED talk, and authored the first TED book in print, The Terrorist’s Son, in an attempt to counteract the stereotypes frequently associated with Muslims, a stereotype too often used to disenfranchise those with the quietest voice among us, that of the refugee. Through his work, Zak hopes to provide a voice for the voiceless.

For further contact, Zak can be reached through his website.

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Refugee simulations at Davos:

20172016, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

Poverty simulations at Davos: 2015 , 2013

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Refugee simulations at Davos:

20172016, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

Poverty simulations at Davos: 2015 , 2013

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