refugees in france

People wearing face protective masks holding pro-refugees and migrants placards are gathered in Market Square, in Dover on Saturday, Sept 5, 2020 | Photo: IMAGO
Two brand-new inflatable boats that migrants left behind them in Dunes de la Slack, 30 kilometres south of Calais, on September 1st, 2020, after a French police operation prevented them from boarding | Photo: InfoMigrants
Sixty-five-year-old pensioner Antoine Boulanger and Malian teenager Bakary have been living together in the Parisian suburb of Noisy-le-Grand since February. Photo: InfoMigrants
A picture of Amadou Diallo | Photo: DR
Protesters in Paris, holding signs that say 'I can't breathe' in French and 'Black lives matter' | Photo: DW/Sonia Phalnikar
The ADA card | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Accommodation for migrants in Bordeaux. Photo: InfoMigrants
Cedric Herrou has gained widespread recognition for his support of migrants in need | Photo: picture-alliance/Cyril Dodergn
The northern port city of Cherbourg attracts a lot of migrants hoping to cross the English Channel | Photo: picture-alliance/Gilles Targat
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