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31 Mai 2020

Noah, Migrant-Rights.org

Home Is Where Your Employer Sees Fit

I'm on the top bunk of a double-decker bed, listening to a symphony of snores, air conditioning, and rather noisy traffic...

I share the 4.-something by 4-something metre room with five other people, six metal lockers, and an assortment of personal effects, which by their nature, cannot fit into said lockers. Some of the effects are placed under the bed, some on top of the aforementioned lockers, and some, pretty much anywhere there's space. What all this means is, the room gets really congested...

you have to dodge anywhere between two and five roommates as you meander through, assuming you're coming from the shower. There were eight shower cubicles for 72 of us...

My biggest concern is whether the authorities are even concerned about this because I know for a fact that they are aware of it.