As the media’s gaze has shifted from the camp at Calais, it’s becoming increasingly hard for the refugees and volunteers to survive. Let’s not turn a blind eye, asks Isabel Fay.
Back in September, Rebecca Coley joined the Jersey Calais Refugee Aid Group and reported back from the makeshift camp on the other side of the Channel. She went back just before Christmas to see if goodwill was out in force.
When Rebecca Coley joined the Jersey Calais Refugee Aid Group and travelled to the makeshift Calais camp, she discovered a lot of people with nothing but hope for a better life.
The Government’s response to the refugee crisis in Europe may be slow, but grassroots action has sprung up fast. Hannah Dunleavy spoke to a number of women about what they’re doing to assist refugees in Calais. First up, she talks to Mary Jones of Jungle Books.
When it comes to Banksy, Taylor Glenn reckons we’re much better off in the dark. Stop going for the big reveal, people.
Good people still managed to make their magnificent marks in the shitstorm that has been 2016. Margaret Cabourn-Smith gives them a roll call.