migrant workers

‘I Will Kill Myself’: The Enduring Nightmare of Lebanon’s Kafala System

‘I Will Kill Myself’: The Enduring Nightmare of Lebanon’s Kafala System

The hours felt endless. Hours “where you wonder why they took your documents, kept your mobile phone, and then you realize, only a few weeks later, that it is their way of controlling you. They got you, they can blackmail you, you are their merchandise.”

A Day in Mohammad’s Life in Sicily

A Day in Mohammad’s Life in Sicily

Around half the workforce employed in Italian agriculture are migrants. They are denied fair wages and exploited by employers. But in addition to this exploitation, workers are stratified by their country of origin and a new racial apartheid has emerged in one of Europe’s largest exporters of fruit and vegetables.