calais refugees

Impact
"Refugees are just looking to live their lives as normally as possible."
Impact
"Hopefully it’s a win-win situation, because it will help stop people speaking out negatively by highlighting the abuse, and we’ll raise some extra money."
The WorldPost
Reports from September show French police using tear gas on refugees in Calais.
The WorldPost
Almost 3,000 people are squatting in life-threatening, swamp-like conditions near Dunkirk.
The World Post
The strength of an intellectual, whether any Little Father of the Peoples like it or not, can rival that of divisions. And that is not counting the damage that André Glucksmann's intellectual action has done to the rationalizations for dictatorship and to the theories of its apologists.
Impact
The library promotes "a calming atmosphere in a very chaotic place."
The WorldPost
While the media's focus has shifted, a dire humanitarian situation remains.
Media
An estimated 5,000 refugees are living in a camp in Calais, France.
The World Post
In the camp before the raid, piles of garbage littered the scrubland. The illegal migrants, some as young as 14, baked flat