In the rough port city of Palermo in Sicily, the influences of migration are directly felt. And while the stories of male refugees are extensively exposed, the experiences of migrant women do not scratch the surface. But behind the scenes, hard work is being done to support this group of migrants too. The Angels of Palermo tells the story of three women who are working hard to improve the lives of migrant women in Sicily's rugged capital. Osas Egbon, Maria Chiara Monti and Masuma Akther set out from a secret address just outside the city, or in the basement of a school. Read it here, in a report published in feminist magazine Opzij.

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Language: Dutch

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