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The movement of populations: challenging our assumptions

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The movement of populations presents an opportunity to revisit our assumptions about human nature and the operation of society. Rachel Bayani challenges our actions and reactions to this phenomenon. Rachel Bayani is Representative to the European Union of the Bahá’í International Community and has worked with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Bosnia-Herzegovina.


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