In solidarity with all people evicted these days from Calais, France and all people stopped at Idomeni, Greece.
French authorities are spending a third day gradually dismantling the makeshift migrant camp in Calais. Since year 2000, in France, thousands of migrants and refugees from various nationalities stay in Calais. Surrounded by fences and police, a sort of town emerged there. Most of the people living in the camp refuse to move. They still hope of reaching the UK on board one of the lorries that pass by an adjoining – and now heavily fenced – road towards the ferry port. At the same time a recent court decision has confirmed that adults and minors, who have family members living in the UK, have the right to join their relatives and should not have to risk their lives, attempting to cross the borders illegally. According to a census carried out by refugee groups last month, there were just under 3,500 people living in the main part of the camp, including about 300 unaccompanied children.