IN THE LAND OF THE HUMAN'S RIGHTS (France)
Since the dismantling of the Calais Jungle in October 2016, hundreds of refugees have roamed the capital for lack of a structure to accommodate them. Grouped for the most part in camps made of tents such as that of the Saint-Martin canal in Jaurès or that of the avenue de la Porte des Poissonniers, they suffer from cold waves, negative temperatures in winter and intense heat. of summer. The refugees seem to be forgotten by all and no solution is envisaged. Some civic associations are trying to make up for the state's shortcomings by providing food and clothing, but the situation is not improving and is even tending to worsen.