18th October: A big day for the 79 migrants, who have been chosen by NGOs such as ‘l’Auberge des Migrants’ or ‘l’école Laïque des Dunes’ to go to the University of Lille’s campus
Mohammed, who used to be journaliste in Sudan, has just get granted asylum in France after two months in CAO. He has juste left the Jungle of Calais at the second day of eviction. He came back to this destroyed camp for Jungle News.
In their home country, they used to be a potter, cabinet maker, carpenter, or couturier. In France, they become forklift operator, cleaner, safety guard, cashier… Their expertise, sometimes a result of several years of training, is often is consigned to oblivion.
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.
They are called “Charlie’s Angels”. Everyday at 6 o’clock in the evening, Claire, Violaine and Annick come to Jungle to distribute meals. Today, they say goodbye to their friends in the jungle, clearly not without emotion. But at the same time, they know that they still have a long way to go to say farewell […]
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 […]