workers rights

The IOM has put together information in seven languages for migrants who may be facing difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic | Photo: Courtesy of IOM
There are more than 3,000 Moroccan women who come to Spain each year to pick strawberries | Photo: Imago / Agencia EFE / Julian Perez
Screenshot of the Workeen app | Photo: ANSA/Workeeen
Police gathering evidence after a fire that destroyed a shack and killed a person in Borgo Mezzanone, near Foggia, Italy, June 12, 2020 | Photo: ANSA
Construction work at the site of the future Education City Stadium in Doha, Qatar | Photo: Getty Images/K. Abou Mehri
Foreign workers in Tuscany | Photo: ANSA/State Police
The move is designed to help both migrants and Italy's ailing economy | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/OXFAM
Hundreds of farm hands and other agricultural workers are missing in Germany and elsewhere in Europe this year due to COVID-19 travel restrictions | Photo: DW/J. Ospina Valencia
Farmworkers harvesting tomatoes | Photo: ANSA/Ciro Fusco/GID
Farmworkers in Italy | Photo: ANSA/Quotidia Del Sud
A shanty town in Sicily where about three hundred migrant farmworkers live | Photo: ANSA/Franco Lannino
Jean-René Bilongo, coordinator of the 'Placido Rizzotto Observatory' of the Italian farmworkers' labor union FLAI-CGI | Photo: ANSA