by Nikolia Apostolou • translated by Gigi Papoulias
June 13, 2019
Following the political unrest in Turkey which generated a wave of persecution against critics of Erdogan’s government, thousands of Turkish citizens are now seeking asylum in Greece.
by Vincenzo Genovese • proofreading by Gigi Papoulias • archive photo
June 6, 2019
All over the world, immigration and refugee reception centers are not known for offering good treatment to newcomers. In fact, a center in Mineo, Italy, resembles hell on earth, where integration has no place at all.
by Marialena Yannoulatou
May 30, 2019
Young people from around the world have found a place in the Greek labor market at global customer service call centers. Their daily work routine is an open secret.
by Tassos Yanopoulos • translated by Iliana Papangeli • photo Nadir Noori
May 3, 2019
While labor in Greece has been hit hard by economic recession, workers’ trust in trade unionism has been declined. The problems of Greek Trade Unions are indisputable.
by Tasos Yannopoulos • translated by Gigi Papoulias
April 17, 2019
Moral harassment in the workplace is often so well-established in the work routine that is not perceived as such
Munting Nayon: An open village for the children of the world (and a nursery school for hard working parents)
by Stavros Malichoudis • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photos by Nadir Noori
March 27, 2019
A children’s day care center that began as a DIY emergency solution for Filipino immigrant parents in Greece has evolved into a unique multicultural school.
by Jenny Tsiropoulou • translated by The Language Project • photo by Nadir Noori
March 21, 2019
Despite objections, some people believe they have the right to get paid for having sex. Sex workers share their stories.
by Tassos Yanopoulos • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photo by Nadir Noori
March 18, 2019
The story of an employer’s unaccountability towards an immigrant delivery man, the race against time for 3 euro per hour and trade union interventions to combat extreme exploitation.
by Elvira Krithari • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photo by Nadir Noori
March 8, 2019
The majority of migrant women in Greece are employed in households. They are the invisible side of contemporary Greek families.