Calais. France. On Saturday, September 26, 2020, more than 400 people marched in the rain for freedom and human dignity.Continue reading #Calais: the tension does not fall back – A report
Calais. France. For the judge of the administrative court of Lille, 4 kms on foot to eat, that’s fine. In an order dated September 22, the judge of the administrative court of Lille rejected the request made by 12 local and national associations to cancel the order of September 10, by which the prefect of Pas-de-Calais prohibited any free distribution of drinks and food in certain places in the city center of the municipality of Calais.Continue reading #Calais, #France: Ban on distributing food to migrants is maintained – Mobilization on September 26th
Calais. France. August 13. 2020. Today took place in Calais the 693rd eviction from an informal living space since 1 January 2020. As of 13 August 2020, the fundamental rights of the exiled people surviving in Calais are still not respected (Human Rights Observers).Continue reading #Calais, #France: 693 evictions from informal living spaces since 1 January 2020
France. For everyone who has close ones in deport centers or who would like to support the people who are victims of the racist incarceration of those who don’t have the “good” papers, here is a short guide to supporting people in detention in France.Continue reading #Calais Migrant Solidarity: Update Supporting people in Detention
France. An open letter by the Eritrean Refugee community of Calais about police violence.Continue reading Police violence: an open letter from #Calais
Calais. France. April 2, 2020. For more than two weeks now, France has been on lock-down. With most French people unable to leave their homes, migrants in Calais are still being evicted from theirs. Human Rights Observers in Calais have counted 45 evictions since March 17th. A police union, Synergie-Officiers, has called for an end to these daily evictions, but the department and prefecture still insist they continue.Continue reading #Coronavirus: Housing and evictions in #Calais, #France
We ussualy dont publish contributions of liberal organizations like Amnesty International, but in this case we make an exception. We don’t believe in appealing to the French state to do this or not to do that, but the article contains important information about increasing repression against people who support migrants at the French territory.Continue reading #France: Police harassing, intimidating and even using violence against people supporting refugees
Following the announcement of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s coming to Calais, we are calling out for a demonstration !