One out of every 122 people alive today is someone who, at some point, was forced to leave his or her home. If you totaled up all these people, they would have a greater population than all of South Africa — nearly as many people who live in all of the United Kingdom. This is the stunning scope of the world’s refugee crisis, which the United Nations expects will leave at least 60 million people displaced by the end of 2015. This is the highest level of displacement that the international body has ever recorded. The global refugee total at this time last year was 19.5 million. By mid-2015, it passed 20 million. The world doesn’t just have a refugee crisis. It also has a displacement crisis. The refugee crisis has commandeered headlines, especially in the United States, with dozens of governors declaring in November they would not allow […]