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How Would You React After Looking In The Eyes Of A War Refugee?


Twenty years ago, psychologist Arthur Aron discovered that four minutes of looking into each other's eyes can bring people closer. Using this discovery, Amnesty International Poland decided to carry out a simple experiment where refugees and Europeans sat opposite each other and looked into each other's eyes.

The experiment participants were ordinary people. The situations were not staged; we wanted to get natural, spontaneous reactions.

This video was done by Amnesty International Poland. Amnesty International is a Nobel Peace Prize-winning grassroots activist organization with more than 3 million supporters, activists, and volunteers who campaign for universal human rights from more than 150 countries. The organization investigates and exposes abuses, educates and mobilizes the public, and works to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth, and dignity are denied.

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