Mauritius’ Poor Treatment of Foreign Workers Echoes History

Mauritius, an island with no indigenous populations and a history of multiple European colonisations, is a multi-ethnic society made up of just over two thirds Indo Mauritians, nearly one third Creoles and small groups of Sino-Mauritians and Franco-Mauritians. The social fabric of the island of nearly 1.3 million people is a reflection of its history…

via Mauritius’ poor treatment of foreign workers harks back to a dark time in its history — Quartz

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