The living room of Nadine & Dominique. A retired couple who helped and assisted many migrants in the Calais jungle for over two years. The magazine cover of Charlie Hebdo entitled"It was Calais" and a famous paragraph from from Victor Hugo, June 1875, Right versus law: "I will testify, I will write it, and I will say it unceasingly: we must love each other, love one another, love one another!"
       
     
 A card attached on the atelier wall of Nadine: " I am a man by necessity and I am French only by chance". 
       
     
 A deserted view of what used to be the north part of the jungle camp, December 2016. Right ahead the Calais express way which leads to the eurotunnel, fences remain which used to restrain the migrants from accessing it.  
       
     
  The containers were finished to be built last year in January 2016. Room for 1500 migrants, they remain empty today.
       
     
  Bracelets that children made remain attached on a fence by the container area. At this the spot, the blue bus used to be permanently park where children watched movies and did other various daily activities.    
       
     
 Inside the container area, many garbage bags of clothing, covers and other things remain.   
       
     
 Nature is regrowing around the edge of the jungle camp.
       
     
 An path in the back of what used to be the jungle camp, leading towards the clear northern part of the jungle.
       
     
 A tagged up metal door in the back of the jungle camp. A symbol for how many felt rejected while wanting to be recognized as humans & obtain legal human rights.
       
     
  Fence and road sign by the eurotunnel entrance: " You do not have the priority".
       
     
 Jibran from Pakistan, his two years old daughter and her uncle "juju" also rom Pakistan inside their house in Calais city. Jibran applied for asylum in France and is now married to his French wife.
       
     
 The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 
       
     
 The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 
       
     
  Shoes, books and many other items remain in the polluted dirt of what used to be the Jungle.
       
     
 The local Swindon bus station. The town located 1h30 min north outside London has a population of roughly 220 000, many migrants from the Calais jungle have been relocated there.
       
     
 Street view of where Mohamed & Ahmed are currently living, a 15 minute walk from the town´s center. 
       
     
 Inside the kitchen of their current flat. Free housing is offered while waiting for their asylum request to be processed, as the minimum is invested into housing, the flat provides basic needs and warmth. 
       
     
 The bedroom of Mohamed and Ahmed on the 2nd floor which they sometime share with a friend. The flat has a total of three bedrooms.
       
     
 Ahmed´s clothing and towels hanging on nails on his bedroom wall and there are limited closet space.
       
     
 Ahmed from Kuwait in the flat´s kitchen, a couple days after receiving a first negative answer for his stay in England. Ahmed will appeal with a lawyer. 
       
     
 Mohamed sitting on his bed in the morning before getting ready to go to the local ogranisation to be provided help to find work.
       
     
 27 years old Mahmoud from Sudan taking a rest on Mohamed and Ahmed´s bedroom floor before going to work at his evening shift at a restaurent.
       
     
 The living room of Nadine & Dominique. A retired couple who helped and assisted many migrants in the Calais jungle for over two years. The magazine cover of Charlie Hebdo entitled"It was Calais" and a famous paragraph from from Victor Hugo, June 1875, Right versus law: "I will testify, I will write it, and I will say it unceasingly: we must love each other, love one another, love one another!"
       
     

The living room of Nadine & Dominique. A retired couple who helped and assisted many migrants in the Calais jungle for over two years. The magazine cover of Charlie Hebdo entitled"It was Calais" and a famous paragraph from from Victor Hugo, June 1875, Right versus law: "I will testify, I will write it, and I will say it unceasingly: we must love each other, love one another, love one another!"

 A card attached on the atelier wall of Nadine: " I am a man by necessity and I am French only by chance". 
       
     

A card attached on the atelier wall of Nadine: " I am a man by necessity and I am French only by chance". 

 A deserted view of what used to be the north part of the jungle camp, December 2016. Right ahead the Calais express way which leads to the eurotunnel, fences remain which used to restrain the migrants from accessing it.  
       
     

A deserted view of what used to be the north part of the jungle camp, December 2016. Right ahead the Calais express way which leads to the eurotunnel, fences remain which used to restrain the migrants from accessing it.  

  The containers were finished to be built last year in January 2016. Room for 1500 migrants, they remain empty today.
       
     

The containers were finished to be built last year in January 2016. Room for 1500 migrants, they remain empty today.

  Bracelets that children made remain attached on a fence by the container area. At this the spot, the blue bus used to be permanently park where children watched movies and did other various daily activities.    
       
     

Bracelets that children made remain attached on a fence by the container area. At this the spot, the blue bus used to be permanently park where children watched movies and did other various daily activities.

 

 Inside the container area, many garbage bags of clothing, covers and other things remain.   
       
     

Inside the container area, many garbage bags of clothing, covers and other things remain.

 

 Nature is regrowing around the edge of the jungle camp.
       
     

Nature is regrowing around the edge of the jungle camp.

 An path in the back of what used to be the jungle camp, leading towards the clear northern part of the jungle.
       
     

An path in the back of what used to be the jungle camp, leading towards the clear northern part of the jungle.

 A tagged up metal door in the back of the jungle camp. A symbol for how many felt rejected while wanting to be recognized as humans & obtain legal human rights.
       
     

A tagged up metal door in the back of the jungle camp. A symbol for how many felt rejected while wanting to be recognized as humans & obtain legal human rights.

  Fence and road sign by the eurotunnel entrance: " You do not have the priority".
       
     

Fence and road sign by the eurotunnel entrance: " You do not have the priority".

 Jibran from Pakistan, his two years old daughter and her uncle "juju" also rom Pakistan inside their house in Calais city. Jibran applied for asylum in France and is now married to his French wife.
       
     

Jibran from Pakistan, his two years old daughter and her uncle "juju" also rom Pakistan inside their house in Calais city. Jibran applied for asylum in France and is now married to his French wife.

 The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 
       
     

The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 

 The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 
       
     

The Calais north cemetery, among hundreds of local graves, 60 graves of migrants are permanently placed there. In 2016, according to volunteers around 16 migrants would have lost their life on the Calais highway while trying to reach England. 

  Shoes, books and many other items remain in the polluted dirt of what used to be the Jungle.
       
     

Shoes, books and many other items remain in the polluted dirt of what used to be the Jungle.

 The local Swindon bus station. The town located 1h30 min north outside London has a population of roughly 220 000, many migrants from the Calais jungle have been relocated there.
       
     

The local Swindon bus station. The town located 1h30 min north outside London has a population of roughly 220 000, many migrants from the Calais jungle have been relocated there.

 Street view of where Mohamed & Ahmed are currently living, a 15 minute walk from the town´s center. 
       
     

Street view of where Mohamed & Ahmed are currently living, a 15 minute walk from the town´s center. 

 Inside the kitchen of their current flat. Free housing is offered while waiting for their asylum request to be processed, as the minimum is invested into housing, the flat provides basic needs and warmth. 
       
     

Inside the kitchen of their current flat. Free housing is offered while waiting for their asylum request to be processed, as the minimum is invested into housing, the flat provides basic needs and warmth. 

 The bedroom of Mohamed and Ahmed on the 2nd floor which they sometime share with a friend. The flat has a total of three bedrooms.
       
     

The bedroom of Mohamed and Ahmed on the 2nd floor which they sometime share with a friend. The flat has a total of three bedrooms.

 Ahmed´s clothing and towels hanging on nails on his bedroom wall and there are limited closet space.
       
     

Ahmed´s clothing and towels hanging on nails on his bedroom wall and there are limited closet space.

 Ahmed from Kuwait in the flat´s kitchen, a couple days after receiving a first negative answer for his stay in England. Ahmed will appeal with a lawyer. 
       
     

Ahmed from Kuwait in the flat´s kitchen, a couple days after receiving a first negative answer for his stay in England. Ahmed will appeal with a lawyer. 

 Mohamed sitting on his bed in the morning before getting ready to go to the local ogranisation to be provided help to find work.
       
     

Mohamed sitting on his bed in the morning before getting ready to go to the local ogranisation to be provided help to find work.

 27 years old Mahmoud from Sudan taking a rest on Mohamed and Ahmed´s bedroom floor before going to work at his evening shift at a restaurent.
       
     

27 years old Mahmoud from Sudan taking a rest on Mohamed and Ahmed´s bedroom floor before going to work at his evening shift at a restaurent.