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"Jungles", "squats", "campements informels", "espaces d'expédition" : regards croisés entre exilés et associatifs : étude du rapport entre l'aide humanitaire et les besoins des exilés en transit du littoral dunkerquois

Abstract : "Jungles", "Squats", "Informal Camps", "Spaces of exception": a variety of names are used to refer to these places where hundreds of migrants from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Vietnam and elsewhere pass every month with the destination of England. In Dunkirk, associations are organized to provide assistance for their basic needs - food, clothing, hygiene products, health care, development of infrastructure - in order to reduce the daily difficulties that the migrants face. However, contrasting the perspectives of the migrants and the humanitarian associations can highlight the similarities and discrepancies between their views. The goal of this dissertation is to provide a reflection on the role of migrants in humanitarian action.
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Judith Sebo. "Jungles", "squats", "campements informels", "espaces d'expédition" : regards croisés entre exilés et associatifs : étude du rapport entre l'aide humanitaire et les besoins des exilés en transit du littoral dunkerquois. Science politique. 2012. ⟨dumas-00808044⟩

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