Report DEEEP-REPORT-2021-004

A Brief Timeline of the Human Rights Situation in Northern France

Refugee Rights Europe

Refugee Rights Europe

Abstract: In April 2020, during the unprecedented challenges brought on by the Covid-19 health crisis across Europe, Refugee Rights Europe in partnership with Help Refugees and Human Rights Observers sough to produce an updated version of the summary report originally published to mark the occasion of the two-year milestone since the demolition of the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp. This report provides an overview of the human rights situation which has been unfolding in northern France over the past few decades, and which continues today, and reaches new depths of crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The report also makes a number of recommendations in its final section, arguing that a different reality can and must be possible.

Keyword(s): Human Rights ; France ; Nord-pas De Calais ; Migration ; Refugees

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 Record created 2021-04-16, last modified 2021-04-19

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