Phil Kneen


‘The Jungle, Calais, Christmas Day – These two men are Bedouin Arabs from Kuwait – they described themselves as ‘no paper’. This basically means that in the country of their birth they are born with no documentation whatsoever, which means they have no right to healthcare, education or welfare of any kind.
The guy on the right earned a living in Kuwait by selling fruit ‘illegally’, he spent most of his days being moved-on by the police. The other man was in the same situation, he washed car windows at the side of the road. They want to get to the UK to find work, legally.

If the country you were born in refuses to recognise your existence, then is it so wrong to go and find it elsewhere…?’

I posted the above photograph and accompanying text on my Facebook photography page after spending the day with a group Kuwaiti…

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