In May 2017, George Mason University students attended the Budapest semester program, New Borders in a Borderless Europe: Refugees, Minorities and National Identity. The students traveled to Serbia to visit refugee camps, and met with asylum seekers and international aid workers. Some of the students are members of third-generation migrant families in the USA, and the absurdity of the border fence, the harsh conditions of the refugee camps and the people hiding in the woods from police, touched them on a personal level.
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