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Along with their children, the migrants reportedly have to hide in tents or stow away inside a locked detention centre to avoid being assaulted by the men around them. Women make up for a mere 10 per cent of migrants in the camp, leaving them feeling vulnerable in the presence of the men - forcing them to adopt the "protectors". Milad, a law student from Aleppo, said she will only leave her camp to use the bathroom - twice a day.
The year-old - who is one of only women at the camp - said she is "surrounded by men", making her concerned for her safety. She said: "The people living next to us are Syrian, but we don't know the people living in the rest of the camp, they're from other countries. We don't know anything about them, so we're scared and have to be on our guard. Faustine Douillard, a social worker for France Terre d'Asile said the camp is dominated by male migrants, leaving the women at risk.
Carine Zerouali - manager of the "La Vie Active" refuge set up next to the camp to house women and children - insists that there is a haven for them to go to. The refuge is currently home to women and children and has a further 80 on its waiting list. Ms Zerouali said that the gates are always locked "to protect the women and children who live here" because they hear "that there are prostitution rings" inside the camp. According to Breitbart, she said: "I think the women are definitely more vulnerable to sexual violence when they're living in the Jungle than when they're here.
There are even reports of men running prostitution rings inside the camp. We don't know anything about them, so we're scared and have to be on our guard Milad. She said: "I have to go through the men to speak to the women.