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Unions to work more closely over migrant workers

Unions from Malta, Italy, France and Portugal have pledged to work more closely to promote migrant workers’ rights in the Mediterranean area. At a meeting in Malta Monday between the Maltese General Workers’ Union, Italy’s CGIL, France’s CGT and  Portugal’s CGTP, the unions exchanged ideas and experiences and discussed both the impact of the political … Continue reading

Migrant workers stand up for their rights

Last weekend one hundred and fifty tomato pickers in the southern Italian region of Puglia walked off the job. The workers, African immigrants, had been labouring for 10 hours a day in back breaking conditions for a mere 20 euros (17 pounds) a day. They were getting paid 3.5 euros a “cassatone”, a 100 kg crate. … Continue reading

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