Calais is a small city in the north of France but now for more than twenty years it has become a passage for immigrants to enter into England. Between September 2014 and April 2016 this entry has transformed into an impenetrable fortress.
This photo essay portrays the daily life of the men who live in unauthorized camps that they call the jungle due to the inhuman way in which they are treated. For example, there is no electricity nor running water and their tents are constructed from tree branches and tarp. The living conditions here are extremely bare bone.