photo by Sarah Adotey
Sarah, writing from the camp:
It has so far been a humbling experience. Overwhelmed by how welcoming and friendly everyone here is. We have been welcomed into people’s makeshift homes and offered seats, water and tea by people who have nothing. We have shared a coffee with a man from Darfur, who told us how has lost his whole family and crossed Sudan, Libya, survived the sea and got to Italy. He is now claiming asylum in France. Not everyone wants to get to the UK. Most of all we have been met with huge smiles and shouts of welcome. I personally will remember these faces for the rest of my life.
Shah Lalon Amin writes:
We are in the Calais camp.
Nothing can prepare you for what you are about to see, to see children living in such inhumane conditions has broken my heart, tears in…
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