agriculture

Two farm laborers at work in Calabria | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/Quotidiano del Sud
From file: Harvest workers in the vineyards in Montalcino, Italy | Photo: ARCHIVE / ANSA
Thousands of migrant workers are at risk of being forced to return home at the end of April | Photo: ANSA/ QUOTIDIANO DEL SUD
Archive photo from a finance police operation against illegal gangmastering in Cassina de Pecchi, 24 August 2020 | Photo: ANSA/FINANCE POLICE
Zakaria, from Sudan, one of a team of refugees working in the vineyards at Château de Pedesclaux in the Pauillac area of Bordeaux | Photo: UNHCR/Kate Thompson-Gorry
Archive image of the migrant camp in Borgo Mezzanone, a few kilometres from Foggia, 26 April 2019. ANSA / Franco Cautillo
The migrant 'ghetto' of Borgo Mezzanone in 2019 | Photo: Franco Cautillo /ANSA
African immigrants harvest clementines on December 12, 2020 in Corigliano-Rossano, Calabria, Italy. Agriculture is one of the sectors that remained operational despite the COVID-19 pandemic | Photo: Picture alliance / abaca | Di Vincenzo Alfonso/IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
The old San Ferdinando tent camp that hosts migrants used as workers in the fields across the Gioia Tauro plain | Photo: ANSA
From file: A migrant walking down a street near the San Ferdinando shanty town, in the province of Reggio Calabria, March 6, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Marco Costantino
Foreign workers at a farm near Siracusa, in Sicily | Photo: ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA GDF
Archive: African farmhands on a bus in Rosarno, Calabria | Photo: TONY VECE/ANSA