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  • Ad helps people empathise with refugees
  • Ad helps people empathise with refugees
    Susanne Nilsson (2015) ©
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Ad helps people empathise with refugees

When tragedies happen on the other side of the world, it's easy for people to switch off from the reality of the situation, since it's not happening to them. And this was evident in the initial response to the Syrian refugee crisis. But an ad by Amnesty International is bringing it to life.

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