A Brief History of the Calais Refugee Crisis

Calais No Borders Protest

Previously Unpublished: Police Beat Back No Borders Protestors

I have been reporting and gathering footage on the Calais refugee crisis since 2007.

The Report Digital video archive on the Calais refugees now covers the 2009 Jungle camp eviction and previously unpublished No Borders protest that met police lines armed with batons and tear gas guns.

Report Digital Rushes

The Jungle Refugee Camp 1

The Jungle Refugee Camp 2

Police Beat Back No Borders Protestors

Camp Fire Refugees Await Eviction

The Jungle Camp Eviction 1

The Jungle Camp Eviction 2

The Jungle Camp Eviction 3

Refugees Arrested and Removed

The Jungle Camp is Demolished

Immigration Minister Besson Arrives

Homeless Refugees Belongings Disinfected and Destroyed 

© Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk

Footage available from Report Digital.

Calais Jungle Refugee Camp Eviciton

Video: Calais Jungle Refugee Camp Eviction

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