Fabrice, French journalist of Voix du Nord, formed a friendship with Mohamed, Sudanese refugee, ancient journaliste in his country. He decided to bring him to his work to show to his friend how journalists work in France. Today’s issue? Making a portrait of the gunsmith of Bapaume, in Pas-de-Calais.
We came to back to Gélos, one month after we had followed a migrants group by bus left from Calais.
Croisilles, a village of 1,500 people, thought that the migrant crisis would pass them by. Being 100 kilometres away from the Jungle, the village had yet to see a refugee.
It’s market day in the centre of Calais. It’s also a day when people share about what day think one month after the dismantling of the Jungle.
Despite lots of migrants having left the Calais Jungle, the migrant crisis continues to be a problem that requires rapid humanitarian response. While, for the volunteers at the migrant camp, the adventure is far from being over, with donations coming from all over the world, the NGO, Auberge des migrants has decided divert a part […]
80 refugees and asylum seekers who had been in the Jungle of Calais started their intensive French course in the university of Lille. The objectif of these new students, whose minimal level of education is high school graduate, is to master the French language by June.
For the residents of the jungle in Calais, the obsession was about joining England. Even risking their own lives.
The Orthodox church of the jungle, which was destroyed, was a symbol for Catholic migrants stuck in the jungle. Built on nothing, it stood tall and strong in the mud of the camp since the first day.
We have followed them when they left Calais and discovered their welcome center at Gélos, in the Pyrénnees Orientales. This is now what the life of forty migrants who came from Sudan, Eritrea, Iraq or Afghanistan looks like.
Béatrice from Calais and Mukhtar, Iranian refugee fell in love last spring, when she decided to offer him a safe house. But Mokhtar never abandoned his dream of UK.
Moustafa, a 16-year-old Afghan, has recently left the Calais Jungle, where he had been living for several months in hopes of joining his uncle Ali and finding refuge in Great Britain. Ten years ago, Ali himself was trying to get across the Channel to find asylum on British territory. A look back at their difficult […]
A local newspaper lying on the table next to his “anti-mistake” manual for learning English, Torab Maroof, 27-year-old Afghan, is slowly adjusting to the apartment he shares in Ruffec with two of his friends. This little commune in Charente received him on Tuesday evening along with 46 other migrants coming from Eritrea, Sudan or Afghanistan. […]
A the age of 16, Shafuilah decide to escape Kabul and the war in Afghanistan. His story is one of tenacity. Shafuilah travelled through multiple countries to end up sleeping under a tent in Calais, where thousands like him are increasingly desperate to make the trip across the channel into the UK by sneaking on-board […]
Tarek and Sandra were in the jungle in may 2015, and at that time they made some friends. The two syrian refugees are now back as reporters for Jungle News. And they decided to look after some of them. Sixteen months after, can they still find Fuad, their syrian friend ?
Sandra and Tariq escaped Syria where they used to work for the Damascus television. Political refugees in France, they joined the jungle news project to help migrants to share their views about their situation.