In Photos: Paris Police Evacuate the City's Largest Slum
Temporary two-week accommodation has been set up for the slum's former residents — but many have no idea where they will go when those two weeks are up.
Hundreds of Roma Face Eviction from the Biggest Shantytown in Paris
Families in the slum are facing an uncertain future, after local authorities warned residents the settlement could be torn down any day.
The Young Girls Proving That Being From a Slum Is an Identity Not a Destiny
We visited Kibera, Kenya's largest slum, where girls grow up with harrowing experiences, but where some are now seeing Kenya for the first time and forming a very strong visions of the future.
Making Zines with Kids from Kenya’s Slums
Social change through small-scale DIY publishing.
Young Migrant Is Killed By Train Near Channel Tunnel Entrance In France
The teen is the 11th person to have died near the tunnel entrance since June.
Photos Show French Police Evicting the Residents of 'France's Oldest Slum'
Local authorities had recently warned residents that the slum could be torn down any day, justifying the decision by highlighting the health and safety fears associated with living there.
Meet the 17-Year-Old Fighting Against the Impending Eviction of France's Oldest Slum
Families in the improvised settlement have lately been living in fear of likely eviction, after local authorities warned residents that it could be torn down any day.
Pierre-Louis Caron et Étienne Rouillon
Mumbai's Smart Slum
A new vision for Dharavi, Mumbai's largest and most renowned informal settlement.
Paris Plans to Open Migrant Shelter Days After Violently Evicting Migrants from Camp
The center will provide temporary accomodation for migrants to consider whether or not they want to file an asylum claim in France.
French Police Evacuate Nearly 400 Migrants From Biggest Slum in Paris
Health authorities ordered the sprawling camp be dismantled to prevent a feared outbreak of dysentery and scabies.
Dumpster Divers Are Bringing Food to This Migrant Camp in Calais
The Jules Ferry centre on the outskirts of Calais is France’s first state-sanctioned migrant camp. Last month, a Bristol food waste organisation travelled there to cook meals of donated food for its inhabitants.
Shanna F. Jones
Migrants Live in Makeshift French Camp As They Seek Asylum in the UK
Thousands of migrants in the French port town of Calais are waiting for their chance to escape EU laws requiring their asylum requests be processed elsewhere.