Jess Hurd


Perpetual Displacement

Hundreds of refugees evicted from the ‘jungle’ remain in Calais, freezing, destitute, continually harassed by the police, sleeping rough and forced to queue for food. France.

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Beach Breakers

Beach breakers on the Calais beach at the nearest point to Dover, with Sea France ferry sailing. France.

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The Reader – Border Lines Photo Essay

Border Lines – The French and Afghanistan’s Refugees.

Photo Essay by Jess Hurd and Justin Tallis

No Borders

Refugees from the war in Afghanistan shelter in the ‘jungle’, woods in Calais where they are forced to sleep rough.

Approximately 800 people are living in squalid conditions, one in five are unaccompanied minors. The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) plans to open an office in Calais to address the humanitarian crisis. France.

BBC News story here

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