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Anna's family are migrant workers, going north in the spring and south in the fall. She wonders what it would be like to be a tree rooted deeply in the earth, watching the seasons come and go, instead of being like a "feather in the wind."

Experience this exciting and eco-friendly tour around the streets of Soweto. Go out for a half day cycling adventure around the township and get to know the different communities and its history. Go to places such as a former migrant workers’ hostel for men. Here you will be introduced to the culture and life today.

Shocking moment desperate father throws himself, his wife and baby onto rail tracks in Hungary after realising their ‘train to Austria’ is actually taking them to a refugee camp

A look at the life of migrant workers through a child's eyes Emma Turner loves books and dreams of one day having the store-bought kind, but the Turners are migrant workers and money is tight. That means "no extras," so Emma must be content to make her own stories and books. Emma has a plan, though - she's going to save all the money she earns picking apples and put it in Mama's hard-times jar. Then there will surely be enough for extras. But when Mama tells Emma that this year she has to go…

Officials: 10 Workers Die in Russia Building Fire - ABC News - Washington PostOfficials: 10 Workers Die in Russia Building FireABC NewsA fire ripped through a new Moscow buildings underground parking lot on Saturday, killing 10 migrant workers and injuring 13 others who had been working and living there, city - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNEBFbYlh-Hd3Ii9te51LgvcSErbDgurl=http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/officials-1

Philippine migrant workers pay personal price | Those going abroad for jobs earn more money, but their absence comes at a cost to their families.

The other huge moral panic going on in the Gulf for years has been over migrant labor. And Kuwait lies at the heart of the vortex of arrests, abuses, deportations. The whole region survives on the sweat of foreign workers. Four-fifths of Kuwait’s labor force is non-Kuwaiti; two-thirds of the country’s residents are non-citizens.