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Die multiple Prekarität rumänischer Bauarbeiter in Deutschland
Romanian migrant workers labouring on German construction sites often lack proper health and safety measures and are subjected to exploitative working conditions. Starting off by describing instances of migrant labour unrest, Christian Sperneac-Wolfer sets out to analyse the precarious conditions these workers face in Germany, be that at work, access to decent housing or welfare provisions. The combination of these dimensions increases the negative consequences for workers. Not only does the analysis of these multiple layers of precariousness shed additional light on the extent to which the exploitation and the dynamics of migrant labour is rooted in society, but it also allows to identify new opportunities for political intervention.
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