[accordion-group title=”Visual”] BBC World News on Evaporating Borders
Radio interview at RIK Radio
(Greek Cypriot State TV and Radio) by Antonis Skordilis, Nicosia, Cyprus, February 2013, on Racism and Migration
Cyprus had for decades major economic updrift. Not at least thanks to foreign labour: construction workers and hotel staff from Bulgaria and Romania and tens of thousands of maids and nannies from Sri Lanka, India and the Philipines got a job in Cyprus. Approxiamately a third of the workforce comes from abroad, or almost 170,000 in a country with 850,000 inhabitants. But now the foreign workers are among the first to experience that the money is scarce in Cyprus.