‘We are already dead’: 11th day of hunger strike for undocumented migrants in Brussels
04 June 2021 | 8:26 am
The Saint-Jean-Baptiste-au-Beguinage church in Brussels has been occupied by undocumented migrants since January 31st 2021. The group of men and women has been on a hunger strike since May 23 as they push for a government response to regularise their situation.
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