Tens of thousands of Oromo Ethiopian people are leavingtheir homeland to migrate to Sauda Arabia.
Ghorban, a 12 years-old Afghan child, arrived alone in France from his homeland. In order to become French, Ghorban will start to dive into his painful past. His identity quest will last 8 years to finally be reunited with his family.
Ahmad and Jihan travelled through 4000 km, 8 borders and 9 countries without documents to take their children from Greece to Sweden, where they want to ask for asylum. Balkan transit is their story, one among many, telling the Syrian exodus.
Five young Afghan men journey from their homeland to Europe. Kotchok tells the story of their crossing, putting together the crude realities of illegal migration and their fantasies. From successes to failures, the irrational metronome of migration sets their pace.
Ten people are portrayed in their daily life to shed a light on the realities of precarity in France.
Akbar, Dana, and their children went a long way in the UK since their illegal crossing in Sangatte, France.
Kingsley is 22 when he decides to leave his beloved Cameroon for a better life in Europe.
His clandestine journey across Africa and the Atlantic Ocean will last more than 9 months. His words accompany the pictures. They are taken from the diary Kingsley wrote on the way to his dreamland.
Since the fall of Ben Ali, Slah, like thousands of other Tunisians, thought that he could offer a better life to his family by migrating to Europe.
Nine months later, he was back in Zarzis.
In 2015, The Greek island of Kos became an unexpected temporary meeting point for resting tourists and irregular travellers. Suddenly the world's absurdity and sadness echoed on a single shore.
The Molinares were hit hard by the Spanish crisis. Like them, a rising number of people became destitute inside the Schengen space, and have found new means of livelihood. The Molinares travel to France every year for the harvest season.
It was exactly 10 years ago, on march 2003 the 19th.
The american bombs starts to rain over Bagdad, and the replies of the baasist are derisory in comparison.
I am invited to Tripoli for a week by Gaddafi's regime at the height of the Libyan insurrection.
Through a devastated landscape, on Commanders Khattab and Shivarni Basayev's side.
Undocumented lives in Europe.