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Campement sauvage Porte de La Chapelle
Refugees camp. La Chapelle, Paris→ commander un tirage papier → Télécharger la série en PDF
Le camp de migrants, porte de La Chapelle après avoir été démentellé, il y a un mois renaît des ses cendres.
The migrant camp, the door of La Chapelle after being demented, a month ago is reborn from its ashes. The hundred migrants (around 400) live in deplorable conditions. No toilets, no access to running water, or even at the first reception center yet located on the other side of the road. Every morning at seven o'clock they gather in front of the gates of the center, on the other side of the CRS or gendarmes form a second inaccessible border. They will not let them pass and will not be able to access the aids set up by the assossiations, installed there, to reach out to them. I went there several times between June and July. I met there Mario, Said two young Sudanese arrived recently, they shared their stories and their daily. I met volunteers who provide tents, meals, French classes, administrative help, smiles. In spite of the sanitary and humanitarian difficulties, it reigns in corner of Paris a solidarity necessary until the effort and the hope of its people are finally rewarded.