refugees in france

Migrants wearing protective face masks as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), prepare to board a ferry that will transfer them to the mainland, at the port of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos, Greece, March 20, 2020 | Photo:  Reuters/Elias Marcou
Sandrine Corre, co-president of the charity Utopistes and Action, poses for a photo with some of her students | Photo: Maëva Poulet/InfoMigrants
The camp at Port de la Villette, along the banks of the Saint Denis Canal was cleared on February 4 | Photo: Wasi Mohsin / InfoMigrants
A screenshot of the Administrative Detention Center (CRA) in Rennes where Omar was held before being deported | Credit: Screenshot from the organization La Cimade website
Hundreds of migrants have continued to pour into Italy each month throughout 2019 | Photo: ANSA/RENATO INGENITO
The Zone Libre  squat, located on the ourskirts of Bordeaux. It has 81 accommodation places which are occupied by migrants | Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants
The ADA card | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Najibullah Pardis and his daughter Zuhal reunited in France. Zuhal is facing deportation to Germany in order to seek asylum there | Credit: Via la Cimade/Ouest France
The lack of access to healthcare in France excludes the most vulnerable people from the health system, according to a report by Doctors of the World. On the front line: migrants, with and without papers. Photo credits: DoW / Olivier Papegnies - Huma Collective
Single men lined up at the edges of the camp being evacuated at Porte de la Chapelle on November 7 2019 |  Photo: InfoMigrants
Police officers dismantle migrants’ tents in the “rue des Huttes” camp in Calais, on October 31, 2019 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Hundreds of people are sleeping rough in the Grande-Synthe forest since a gymnasium, which served as a migrant shelter, was evacuated in September | Photo: Dana Alboz /InfoMigrants