What is the role of migrant women workers in Italy, and what should be done to have a more just and efficient society?
From being a scapegoat over the past five years, migrants have now become the invisible product of a country which keeps losing its moral high ground.
Labelled as the ‘Invisibles’, this large group of people has rekindled the bottom-up class struggle in Italy by clamoring for social justice and the protection of rights.
Only eight families live in the most inaccessible island of the world: two of them come from Italy.
Shedding light on the meaning of growing up between two cultures