Migrant workers, from Latvia to Timor-Leste, are the hidden backbone of Ireland’s multibillion euro agri-food industry. They’re the people who have kept many of us fed during the Covid-19 pandemic; they labour in meat processing plants, mushroom farms, large-scale fruit and vegetable operations and the fishing industry. And yet some of them take home the lowest hourly earnings, at less than half the average rate.
The dependency of the agri-food sector...
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