22 / 02 / 2022
The food we eat: Tomatoes and greed – the exodus of Ghana’s farmers
Solomon's “The food we eat” online discussions host exceptional journalistic works from around the world and contribute to the understanding of how our food systems cause global problems such as displacement and ecological collapse.
29 / 06 / 2021
The cost of agricultural produce in Portugal’s Alentejo region
Diana Takacsova’s photography stresses the role of the essential workers who are frequently trapped outside the formal system, juxtaposing it with the intensified land use and the inadequate living and labour conditions present in the Alentejo region.
04 / 06 / 2021
Greek strawberries “made in Bangladesh”
Up to 10,000 migrant agricultural workers live in makeshift camps in the strawberry fields of Ilia, which produce the "red gold" that generates tens of millions of euros in exports. While the Greek state remains indifferent, the number of workers is expected to increase, as production is projected to skyrocket by 2025, covering approximately 6,200 acres.
04 / 06 / 2021
A behind-the-scenes look at Greece’s “red gold” harvest
A photo essay by Thodoris Nikolaou
03 / 04 / 2020
Thousands of agricultural workers in Manolada are “staying home” – in shacks
The strawberry season has already begun, and at least 7,000 harvesters from Bangladesh are currently in Manolada. While agricultural production has decreased due to COVID-19, difficult living and working conditions raise further concerns.