One year on from the fire at the Dunkirk refugee camp, and 18 months since the Calais demolition, what is left of the refugee sites in Northern France? What are the challenges now faced by those who remain and what of the legal challenges that sought to amend the law?
Co-hosted by Oxford for Dunkirk and featuring speakers:
- Mary Bosworth, Director of the Centre for Criminology and Director of Border Criminologies
- Rosa Curling, Associate Solicitor at Leigh Day and lawyer for Help Refugees in their challenfe to the Government's implementation of the Dubs Amendment
- Caroline Cottet, co-founder and manager of the Dunkirk/Dunkerque Refugee Women's Centre