Report DEEEP-REPORT-2021-006

12 Months On. Filling information gaps relating to refugees and displaced people in Northern France a year on from the demolition of the Calais camp

Refugee Rights Europe

Refugee Rights Europe

Abstract: Twelve months after the demolition of the so-called ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais, several hundred refugees and displaced people continue to reside in the region. Twelve Months On investigates a number of issues faced by these individuals, including police and citizen violence, health conditions, and people’s access to information and legal advice. The report is based on semi-structured interviews with 233 individuals – some 33% of the displaced people thought to be living in the area. This makes it the largest study of its kind in Calais and the surrounding area since the camp’s demolition.

Keyword(s): Refugees ; Migration ; Human Rights ; France

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