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Samuel Davidoff-Gore
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Samuel Davidoff-Gore

Research Assistant

Samuel Davidoff-Gore is a Research Assistant with MPI’s International Program, where he works on issues including refugee and asylum policy and international mobility.

Mr. Davidoff-Gore previously interned with MPI as well as the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ office in Berlin, working on the migration team. Prior to that, he worked at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, supporting projects aimed at building the capacity of local electoral management bodies and promoting inclusive elections in Jordan and Libya.

Mr. Davidoff-Gore holds a master’s degree with honors from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, where he concentrated in international economics and international law and organizations. He earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from Brown University, where he concentrated in international relations. He studied abroad in Amman, Jordan, and has conducted research in Kathmandu, Nepal and Tbilisi, Georgia.

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Reports
April 2021
By  Meghan Benton, Jeanne Batalova, Samuel Davidoff-Gore and Timo Schmidt
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Reports
March 2021
By  Camille Le Coz, Samuel Davidoff-Gore, Timo Schmidt, Susan Fratzke, Andrea Tanco, Maria Belen Zanzuchi and Jessica Bolter

Recent Activity

Reports
April 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically curtailed cross-border mobility in 2020, affecting travelers and migrants around the world. This report presents a first-of-its-kind analysis of the many thousands of travel restrictions and border closures imposed by governments to curb the spread of the virus. It examines how these policies evolved, varied across countries and regions, and what these trends may mean for the future of international movement.

Reports
March 2021

Ten years into Syria's conflict, Syrians remain the largest refugee population worldwide. As they face limited prospects for resettlement or safe return, how can host countries and donors promote resilience for refugees and host communities alike? This report offers examples of creative policy solutions in the areas of protection, social protection, education, livelihoods, and health care from displacement contexts in 16 countries.