French authorities ordered yesterday an investigation into the “brutal” removal by police of a camp of migrants in central Paris, as parliament gave initial Friday, December 25, 2020 10:45 PM Paris : un nouveau centre d'accueil pour migrants dans le 16ème arrondissement Stress, traumatismes, colère, solitude : ces réfugiés qui se soignent par le sport L’accueil de 35 migrants à … Police cleared 1,436 migrants from a makeshift migrant camp in northern Paris this week in what marks the 60th ejection of migrants from the area since 2015. The so-called “Black Vests” is a Paris-based migrant association that takes its name from the “yellow vest” anti-government protest movement. From the Roya Valley in southeastern France to the coast of the English Channel in the north, migrants continue to be frequent victims of police violence. The scenes witnessed in Paris are hardly an exception. Une semaine après l’évacuation du campement de fortune place Stalingrad, le premier centre d’accueil des réfugiés de Paris ouvre ses portes ce jeudi matin. InfoMigrants is a news and information site for migrants at every point of their journey: in their country of origin, along the route, or in the places where they hope to start a new life. Over 1,000 migrants live outside the northern French city in improvised camps. InfoMigrants is available in three languages: French, Arabic and English. Volunteers had helped set up about 500 blue tents at Republic Square that were quickly filled by migrants, the majority from Afghanistan. IOM and France France was a founding member of the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) in 1951, then left from 1966 to 1981 since the original mission of the Organization related to post-war population movements had been completed. Utopia 56 is a French association created in November 2015 in Brittany to oversee the volunteering actions that were deployed back then on the jungle of Calais. Officers used tear gas to dismantle the Paris camp, which was set up to protest against earlier forced evacuations of hundreds of migrants from other camps. où se trouve le mouvement Ni putes ni soumises, 70 rue des Rigoles, 75020 Paris. The "Black Vests" is a Paris-based migrant association that takes its name from the "yellow vest" anti-government protest movement. It was then an observer state to the Organization before its full reintegration in 1992, noting the need for further In Calais, violence and police harassment are commonplace.