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The long road to justice for France's Moroccan rail workers

France's state-owned rail operator SNCF has been found guilty of discriminating against Moroccan workers and ordered to pay €170 million in compensation to more than 800 men. They were part of a large group of Moroccans hired back in the 1970s when France’s rail network was expanding. But these immigrant employees were exploited: They received lower pay, limited career advancement and smaller pensions. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at their long battle for justice


>> On Moroccan rail workers win long-running discrimination battle with France’s SNCF

A programme prepared by Ellen Gainsford and Laura Burloux.

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