by David Phinney
Saturday March 17th 2018



Migrants Forced to Work in Iraq

The International Herald Tribune discovers that trafficking in Iraq of workers is alive and kicking:

Instead of the conventional jobs that were promised, traffickers are hustling them into hardship conditions with little pay and no mobility, according to groups that work with migrants and small numbers of migrants themselves who have managed to ask for help….It is the latest twist in a migration pattern that is creating extreme circumstances for vulnerable people who go abroad in quest of work.

Here’s the Tribune story.


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