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This, at least, is better than where I have just been, where I found Afghans sleeping in a ditch. Now there are more than 10 times as many, predominantly Kurds. The average refugee is a young man, it’s true, but there are more and more women and children. They connect them back to where they have come from and to a world they are now locked out of. Thankfully I am here with Doctors of the World (part of the Médecins du Monde Network), one of the Guardian’s refugee appeal charities, which has provided medical help on the ground in Calais since 2003. Cars with British licence plates are around; people smugglers emanating threat.
I am surrounded by people waiting to see a doctor holding little tickets, eyeing each other with suspicion. As they have journeyed from Syria or Eritrea, fleeing Islamic State, torture, unimaginable darkness, the phones are their lifelines. They connect them back to where they have come from and to a world they are now locked out of. Limbo comes from meaning the edge, the border of hell, and this is as close as I have ever been. But I will do it.” Every night, people try different ways to get over the wire or into the trucks.
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Il reportage dal “limbo”, come lo chiama la giornalista, è uscito oggi sul grande quotidiano inglese The Guardian: Life in a refugee camp: ‘the cold and fear get in your bones’ Suzanne Moore witnesses the sheer will to survive of people living in a lawless and disease-ridden camp near Dunkirk Donate to the Guardian and Observer charity appeal 2015 “I was not born to live here like this,” says Ali. We are in a refugee camp at Grande–Synthe, a Dunkirk suburb, sitting under a tarpaulin while people wait to see a doctor. Political rhetoric has successfully dehumanised these people as someone else’s problem. Money has been spent on building higher, flesh-ripping fences. But the way these people are forced to live is also making them ill. A doctor chats to me between consultations: “They [the refugees] become weaker and weaker. The immune system falls.” He puts his hand to his chest: “I don’t know how to say it in English. More and more women are coming, some with “surprise pregnancies” as a result of the sex work their “protectors” are forcing them into. Lawless and disease-ridden these camps may be, but they are still full of people whose sheer will to survive is astonishing, who still dream of a life better than this.
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