Supporting refugees and displaced people on the move in Europe, with access to legal info, support, phone charge and Wifi
Our mission is to assist refugees and displaced people in having access to the rights that people with European passports take for granted.
Despite the ‘Calais Jungle’ being destroyed in November 2016, displaced people continue to come to Northern France. Only now, they are forced into temporary shelter wherever they can, often in forests and industrial parks in the area. Many of the people here are trapped in a state of limbo.
In Northern France today we have a small, dedicated team of volunteers, who provide workshops, internet connection and phone charging, and produce and distribute information.
Most displaced people in Greece are stuck in a state of limbo, trapped in a notoriously slow asylum procedure and legally unable to move off the Greek islands camps.
In Greece, Refugee Info Bus are based in Athens and produce multilingual legal information videos which provide clear and accessible explanations of the complex asylum system.
In collaboration with several former leaders of the IRC’s Refugee.Info Greece project, we have been working over the past couple of months to set up the Information Justice Project (IJP).