Lieux de vie de migrants à Calais : Stratégies d’Etat et Tactiques de migrants
Ashtekar, Avani S.
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The author discusses the so-called “Calais Jungle,” a shanty town composed of migrants from Africa and the Middle East seeking asylum in France and the United Kingdom. The SIP deals with the historical context, changing governmental policies, and conditions facing migrants in this region of France. The author’s plans to do onsite research, unfortunately had to be canceled due to the pandemic.
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