From file: In southern Spain, many undocumented migrants work on farms | Photo: picture alliance/Hollandse Hoogte
Fire engulfs El Walili migrant camp in Almeria, Spain, on January 30, 2023 | Photo: image obtained from social media. Twitter/@JMGJurado/via REUTERS
The shack in the so-called ‘ghetto’ of Borgo Mezzanone (Foggia) where two young African migrants died due to carbon monoxide inhalation caused by a brazier lit to keep them warm | Photo: ANSA/Franco Cautillo.
Most seasonal workers in Spain come from Morocco and are regular migrants - but there are illegal schemes for people without papers | Photo: Prelsi/Interfresa
Albert and his team work on the soil and planting | Photo: Private
EMERGENCY's mobile clinic in southern Sicily tours locations offering health, social and psychological services to migrant workers | Photo: Emergency
Seasonal workers from Morocco arrive at the Perugia airport with a flight from Casablanca to work in the fields in Tuscany | Photo: Gianluigi Basilietti/ANSA
A still from the Sicilian Region's campaign Diritti negli Occhi, aimed at offering rights to migrant workers | Photo: Screenshot from Sicilian Region campaign video
There are no services in the camp at Campobello di Mazara so piles of rubbish accumulate, this photo from August 2022 | Photo: Simona Scovazzo
The intervention of the firefighters for the fire that broke out in the ghetto of Borgo Mezzanone, in the Foggia area, destroying a dozen shacks, October 1, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/ UFFICIO STAMPA VIGILI DEL FUOCO
Italian police patrols during the operation against the gangmaster system in Caltanissetta, Sicily, on September 23, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA POLIZIA
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