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Migrants in Calais and at the borders

November 9 to December 3 2016

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Deportation to Sudan, a Sudanese in prison because refusing identification by the embassy, minors placed in a non-access to their rights device, tensions and threats of expulsion under the Dublin regulation III in certain Accommodation and Orientation Centers, racial profiling checks and arrests in Calais and in the stations from Paris to the littoral, the humanitarian veil posed on the destruction of the slum of Calais does not definitely stand to the test of the facts.

But beyond that, it is an alliance between exceptional and out-of-the-law situations and recourse to the repressive provisions of law that can permanently mark the landscape of the implementation of migration policies.

You can download the Newsletter 09/11 – 03/12/2016 here.