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La Crise des Réfugiés: Une Comparaison

By Jenny Deveaux, VI Form
La Crise des Réfugiés: Une Comparaison
Editor’s Note: The assignment in Advanced French–Francophone World:“Create an infographic screenshot-2016-11-08-00-55-47that makes a comparison between the refugee crisis during and after the second world war and the current crisis in 2016. You may identify some guiding questions of your own.”









































































































img_6521-08-11-16-12-43Jenny Deveaux is a VI Form day student from Hopkinton, MA. She plays varsity soccer, is a STEM Fellow, and serves as a Center Ambassador.





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“’Let refugees into your homes’ France pleads with citizens to help ease migrant crisis.” Sunday Express, http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/699096/migrant-crisis-Calais-France-refugees-Emmanuelle-Cosse.

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“Migrants d’URSS et des Etats socialistes vers l’Ouest.” http://www.lopinion.fr/sites/nb.com/files/2015/08/infographie-carte_migrants_urss.jpg.

“Paris in World War II.” Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_in_World_War_II.

“Refugees and IDPs.” Doctors without Borders, http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/our-work/humanitarian-issues/refugees-and-idps?utm_source=google&utm_medium=ppc&utm_campaign=refugees.

“Second World War in France.” France Pub, http://www.france-pub.com/world-war-2.php.

“Timeline.” Syrian Refugees, syrianrefugees.eu/timeline/.

“What Life Looks Like for Refugees in France.” Independent, http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/what-life-looks-like-for-refugees-in-france-a6978661.html.

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