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Ethnic minority hospital cleaners say they were denied NHS contracts and paid less than the majority-white NHS staff
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The World Congress of Families, hosting an Accra ‘family and development’ event, has European allies who have called...
How to treat a stranger in need: a moral response to the migrant caravans
Throughout history, the story of Exodus has inspired people around the world fleeing persecution.
Migrant workers fighting for freedom under Lebanon’s Kefala system
In Lebanon, a women-only group of migrant domestic workers have come together to fight for rights in the workplace.
Race and exploitation in the Gulf
It is time for the issue of race to become central to any discussion on the continued exploitation of workers in the Gulf.
Building community in Berlin’s Sharehaus
Often, things that are seen as a problem in society are not: the house where locals and refugees live and work together.
Months later, Saudi still silent on stranded migrants
Until Saudi Arabia takes ownership of the crisis, it will remain responsible for the egregious human rights abuses...
Desperate people, hazardous escapes
Those fleeing violent conflict or brutal repressive regimes, facing darkness and terror as they journey from home to...
Exile Nation: The Plastic People
The need for a despised underclass of darker-skinned cheap labor has underpinned American prosperity since slavery....