Jude Law talks to BBC about #childrenofcalais and Help Refugees’ Calais work

Jude Law has visited the Calais refugee camp several times in the last few weeks. On Sunday, he took part in a peformance  – alongside refugees, Juliet Stevenson, Tom Odell, Sir Tom Stoppard, Matt Berry, Shappi Khorsandi and Toby Jones – aimed at raising awareness of the plight of unaccompanied minors in the camp and the impact the planned demolition of the south part of the camp will have.

An unprecedented coalition of over 145 well-known figures from cinema, television, theatre, art, business, sport and literature as well as Help Refugees, Letters Live and Citizens UK have published an open letter to David Cameron calling for urgent action to save the #childrenofcalais.

We invite YOU to READ, SIGN AND SHARE here – http://www.refugees-welcome.org.uk/childrenofcalais/

Please click through to the BBC  to watch Jude’s interview in the camp –

Jude Law BBC


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