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October Update


Two weeks on from the full eviction of the Grande-Synthe camp, the population is nearly back to where it was. Although many families are still unaccounted for, there are over 30 families back living in the surrounding woodland. The daily harassment of police means they now live in smalle

r secluded camps of two or three families, leaving them more vulnerable than ever.

Yesterday we were joined by Mark Townsend from the The Guardian who was here to report on the current situation. Back in the 'Jungle' in Calais last year Mark wrote honest and revealing reports that helped get the awful situation the attention it needed. We hope the same can happen here.

If you want to volunteer, donate or be involved somehow, please get in touch.


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