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What it’s prefer to be considered a war refugee | Zarlasht Halaimzai

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Living beneath the constant risk of violence includes a lasting effect — even with you escape from danger, says writer and refugee advocate Zarlasht Halaimzai. Among the thousands of people worldwide who’ve been forcibly displaced by conflict, Halaimzai now helps others overcome the devastation of war. In this poignant, vital talk, she articulates the lingering trauma to be expendable — and shares how owned by a community might help recreate feelings of long-lost safety.

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Living beneath the constant risk of violence includes a lasting effect — even with you escape from danger, says writer and refugee advocate Zarlasht Halaimzai. Among the thousands of people worldwide who’ve been forcibly displaced by conflict, Halaimzai now helps others overcome the devastation of war. In this poignant, vital talk, she articulates the lingering trauma to be expendable — and shares how owned by a community might help recreate feelings of long-lost safety.

This talk was presented at the official TED conference. TED’s editors thought we would feature it for you personally.

Donate to Amna to greatly help refugees heal from war and displacement.

Subscribe to Amna, a worldwide network of supporters who advocate for better care of refugees.

Have a look at SADA to listen to stories about refugees, from refugees.

Zarlasht Halaimzai may be the founder of Amna, the refugee healing network. Amna helps refugees heal from the trauma of war and forced displacement.

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