TURKISH CLOTHING INDUSTRY AIMS TO ENHANCE SYRIAN REFUGEES’ WORKING CONDITIONS

THE TURKISH garment sector has responded to criticism that it has been illegally employing Syrian refugees, including children, by launching awareness programmes, sharing best practice models and initiating training schemes to reduce the commission of such unethical practices. Most companies have also drawn up specific child labour remediation policies and human rights activists have noticed a marked improvement in the situation since it was first highlighted two years ago, with brands working in conjunction with manufacturers to ensure an ethical environment ...


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