FISHERMEN FROM EGYPT TO GREECE

“Without them there would be no fresh fish in Greece.”
Egyptian seasonal fishermen provide most of the country's fishing. Native from a small town in the Nile Delta, these fishermen from father to son work eight months of the year aboard Greek fishing boats, following an agreement between Egypt and Greece. One example among many of these precarious workers who have become essential to food production in Europe.
Text by Effy Tselikas, photographs by Diane Grimonet, Revue Gibraltar November 2020
For more information on this report (written / photo), please contact me at : diane.grimonet@gmail.com