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.
by Myrto Boutsi • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photo by Angel Sifontes
December 14, 2018
Young people, too weak to free themselves economically and socially, will continue to refrain from their “contractual obligations” – thus fueling the baby recession.
by Elvira Krithari • translated by Gigi Papoulias
December 7, 2018
Integration of former inmates is not easy. Education seems to be one of few options.
by Alexandra Tanka • translated by The Language Project • photo by Alexandra Tanka
December 5, 2018
When the Albanians first knocked the Greek family’s door to ask for a job, they did not expect -probably- such a behaviour which would stigmatize a whole generation of immigrants.