A Feminist Analysis of Europe’s Labor Market: To What Extent is Europe’s Agriculture Built on the Exploitation of Female Migrant Workers?

25 cents. This is the price the consumer in Germany pays for one single orange, but what is the ultimate price a fruit picker pays in Sicilia? This article analyzes the dynamics of exploitation of migrants on orange farms in Sicily. It reveals how gender-based exploitation is linked to the EU's reforms in migration and the political economy. Miriam Müller discusses. 

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Stolen Land, Children, and Sisters: How Canada has failed Indigenous People

Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister, recently spoke at the United Nations about Canada's failure to adequately address structural violence against First Nations, Metis Nations, and Inuit people. Addressing the issue of Stolen Sisters is daunting as it requires deconstructing and decolonizing Canadian national law and legal institutions, which are embedded racist colonial heritages. Mary Marston discusses.

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