Rob Pinney | Photojournalist & Researcher

Calais, France

The 'Jungle'

As the main point of departure for sea and rail travel to Britain, the coastal town of Calais in northern France has become a ‘hotspot’ for asylum seekers hoping to build a new life in the United Kingdom.

 ‘The Jungle’ — the term used to refer to the shanty town settlements that have become synonymous with Calais — has no fixed location. But it is most commonly associated with a former landfill site not far from the ferry port that in August 2016 was estimated to hold a population of some 10,000 people.

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