exploitation

Twelve people were killed in an accident in Lesina, in the southern province of Foggia, on August 6, 2018. Some of the victims were migrant farmworkers who were travelling in a van on their way back from the fields | Photo: ANSA/FRANCO CAUTILLO
A police operation against worker exploitation | Photo: ANSA/UFFICIO STAMPA POLIZIA DI RAGUSA
A demonstration of farm workers demanding more rights in Foggia, Puglia | Photo: ANSA/FRANCO CAUTILLO
An abandoned car rests in Niger's Tenere desert region of the south central Sahara. Once a well-worn roadway for overlander tourists, the highway's 4,500 kilometers (2,800 miles) are a favored path for migrants heading north | Photo: ANSA/AP Photo/Jerome Delay
Source: Image provided by Foggia Carabinieri
Asylum seekers in Cyprus, 2017 | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/P. Karadjias
From file: Migrant workers working at tomato harvest in the farmlands of Foggia, Puglia region in Italy, August 2013 | Picture-alliance/ROPI/A.Pisacreta
After the killing of seven women and girls in Cyprus, critics say police did not put much energy into the missing persons reports because the victims were low-paid foreign workers | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/P. Karadjias
Cyprus is the most eastern EU country and located much closer to Syria and Turkey than the rest of the EU | Credit: France24
Syrian refugee women prepare food in a community house in Istanbul. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/CEM TURKEL
Migrants working in an agricultural camp in Terracina where police recently arrested two people | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/ UFFICIO STAMPA POLIZIA DI STATO
Migrants arrive at Malaga's port in Andalusia, Spain, after been rescued by Spanish Salvamento Maritimo | Photo: EPA/Çlvaro Cabrera