Daniel Mackisack is a sociologist, social entrepreneur and activist, with a career stretching from IT to refugee assistance and formal diplomacy. He has worked with the World Bank, the UK and NZ governments and numerous non-profits, in addition to sitting on the board of the British New Zealand Business Association. As a fellow he assisted research into the negative impact of trade organizations on developing countries and spent 4 years in the Arab Spring studying social connections and political change. He now leads workshops on collaborative decision making, is co-founder of media transparency startup 'Write In Stone', a committed sci-fi nerd and a belligerent optimist.
Authoritarianism and inequality are a greater threat to security than any line of code.
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