Nuno Mendes, a 40-year-old Portuguese worker lives on six-month contracts. He earns 1,200 euros a month. Banks won’t give him a mortgage. “Everything in my life is on hold — starting a family, making long-term plans,” he says.
For refugees and poor migrants, travel can be terrifying, with no guarantee of a welcome at the end. For the one percent, it’s a different story, as a growing number of cash-strapped countries invite them […]