Thanks for publishing my photo in The economic effects of refugees are largely down to decisions made by the countries which take them | LSE-USA

2017.03.01 #JewsForRefugees Rally, Washington, DC USA 01318
2017.03.01 #JewsForRefugees Rally, Washington, DC USA 01318 (View on Flickr.com)

Thanks for using my photograph, LSE US Centre (@LSEUSAblog) in this article written by Michael Clemens (@m_clem). It was taken about 7 months ago in front of the White House, and shows the passion (and compassion) that people have for people like themselves and not like themselves.

I am the son of refugees, too.

Just another day in America, with people who know what it feels like. #jewsforrefugees #instadc #dc 14322
Just another day in America, with people who know what it feels like. #jewsforrefugees #instadc #dc 14322 (View on Flickr.com)

Are refugees a benefit or a curse for the countries which take them? In new research which examines a number of refugee flows over the past 55 years, Michael Clemens finds that refugee inflows almo…

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