'Why doesn't the British Government want us?'
Arabic lessons – with sweet tea, biscuits and love hearts.
Cricket in 'Afghan Square'.
Clearing land for new shelters.
Surplus from donated hygiene kits.
'We need a strong media.'
SIM card packaging from a British mobile phone network.
Dinner is cooked by a group of Sudanese friends.
The Eritrean Church, the largest structure in the camp.
Five Star Hotel
#PrayForParis, November 2015.
One of the camp's many grocery stores.
The real estate market.
This way to Calais.
Government-funded converted shipping containers, of which many are sceptical.
A message to Britain. From who?
Eviction, March 2016. Men film on mobile phones as a shelter burns.
At dusk, people gather around a waste fire for warmth.
Eviction, March 2016. Some chose to put a match to the walls of their shelters so as to exert some agency over its inevitable destruction.
Gathering beneath the bridge at dusk.
At dawn, camera crews film an area of the camp evicted by French authorities.
Eviction, March 2016.