Klardi 21 years old from Somalia. The left side of his face was burned by the police throwing tear gas. A method used by the CRS to restrain the migrants from accessing the highways in order to get inside the Eurotunnel through lorries.
Young migrant covering his eyes from the tear gas thrown by the CRS on the edge of the highway.
Blowing cigarette smoke into the eyes helps to neutralize the burning sensation.
Taking a rest.
Between making sure the police isn´t standing on the top and waiting for lorries to pull up, the right moment to run up is crucial.
Running on the side of highway, trying to catch the back of a lorry.
A young migrant passing out from breathing in too much tear gas. His friends surrounding him, trying to reanimate him with water.
The CRS pushes them back outside the supermarket parking lot despite the young man's weakness and being intoxicated.
Young migrants on the side of the road, blocked by the CRS at the end of the street after walking three hours.
Fences on the outside of the jungle camp. England has spent 12 million pounds in tax money in 2015 to reinforce the fences around the Calais highway and the entrance of the eurotunnel. 200 million has been spent since 2010.
Entrance of the jungle camp.
Every night hundreds of migrants go out in attempt to reach England. At the entrance of the camp, on the top of the highway, the police is constantly watching. Tear gas is regularly thrown into the jungle camp to restrain them from getting out.
Running from tear gaz at the entrance of the camp.
Covering the entire face is a reflex to reduce the burning effect as it is very painful.
Young migrant in tears from the tear gas.
On December 17th 2015, followed by an evening of major tear gas; 200 hundred white flags were hang around the jungle as an statement of peace.
During the day, unexpected rounds are made by the CRS around the camp.
Majjd & Khaled, 22 years old from Kuwait who have been living in the camp for a few months. They have become really good friend while hoping to reach England.
Khaled & Majjd home/place in the camp.
Majjd & his friends cleaning up the center of their place in order to build a new wooden kitchen for them to cook in.
Their close friend, Ahmed helping to built it.
Friends they live with, at the door step of their home.
Inside their home.
Sharing a cigarette.
Two hotspots were created around the camp where migrants can seat around and be warm during the day.
Food donation line, many migrants hoping to get milk before it runs out.
coming back with food.
A concert and party organized at the jules Ferry center. An opportunity for you migrants and young civilians to meet.