migrant workers

Aboubakar Soumahoro during his speech at the end of his election campaign with the Green and Italian Left, in Rome, 22 September 2022 | Photo: ANSA/MAURIZIO BRAMBATTI
An image of the construction site where two Egyptian workers died on Lake Como | Photo: ANSA / Vigili del Fuoco
Specialists leaving their home countries leave a gap — but it's far more complex than that | Photo: Getty Images via DW
Uber Eats delivery workers who cannot work anymore in the  18th arrondissement de Paris, on September 14 | Photo: InfoMigrants
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Notis Mitarachi speaking to InfoMigrants reporter Arif Ullah in Athens, August 23, 2022 | Photo: InfoMigrants
Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with the victims of the Rostock-Lichtenhagen pogrom of 1992 when several hundred people besieged an apartment block mostly occupied by Vietnamese contract workers and migrants
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From file: A tent city for migrants in San Ferdinando in Italy's Calabria region | Photo: Michele Albanese /ANSA
From file: A general view showing people going about their daily lives in Lisbon, Portugal | Photo: Mario Cruz / Archive / EPA
A picture of Beauty (r) at a Carabinieri station, Soverato, August 3, 2022 | Photo: Salvatore Monteverde / ANSA
From file: A demonstration organized by farmworkers in Rignano, in front of the prefecture of Foggia, in Puglia, on March 8, 2021 | Photo: Franco Cautillo / ANSA