Disconnected: The COVID-19 pandemic & call centre workers‘ rights in Tunisia & Morocco

“The global spread of COVID-19 has prompted unprecedented measures to contain the virus, including the temporary shutdown of business and widespread restrictions on movement. Around the world, travel plans and …

From Morocco and Tunisia to Belgium via Italy: migration and posting of third country nationals (Regional Case Study)

“Over the last fifteen years Belgium has been one of the main destinations for posted workers, together with Germany and France. This growth has been absorbed particularly by the construction …

Moroccan Government Backtracks on Right to Strike Bill amid Widespread Criticism

Rabat – After receiving a pile of written protestations against an “undemocratic” and “unilateral” government-sponsored draft bill on the right to strike, the Moroccan government, through its ministry of employment …

Draft Law on Right to Strike in Morocco Stirs Controversy

The draft law 15-97 on the right to strike, submitted to Parliament for approval, created tensions between work unions and the government. The draft law establishes the basic rules and principles …

Workers in Spain’s Strawberry Fields Speak Out on Abuse

ALMONTE, Spain — A little over a year ago, a young mother left her children in the care of her husband in Morocco and went to work on a strawberry …

Fresh abuse claims from women picking Spain’s strawberries

Moroccan women say they have faced exploitation and abuse this year in the strawberry fields of southern Spain, which supplies fruit to supermarkets and restaurants across the UK. International human …

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