Oxford students go to Calais 'jungle'
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Oxford University students volunteer at Calais 'jungle'

Almost 50 students from Oxford University have travelled to the migrant camp in Calais to offer personal expertise and deliver donated supplies to refugees.

A number of the volunteers from the university offered medical expertise, legal advice and translation skills.

In February, French authorities began to evict and clear parts of the camp, known as the Calais 'jungle', which was met with resistance from refugees and asylum seekers.

BBC South's Adina Campbell followed the students on their 200-mile journey to the refugee camp.

  • 04 Apr 2016
  • From the section Oxford
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