16 thoughts on “British corporations’ Syrian refugee child labour in Turkey

  1. Although it’s good that Next and H&M have taken steps to get these children back into school, these jobs are often the only means of support their families have. To stop them having to send their kids into this exploitation, refugee families need proper support.

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    • Indeed, they need proper support. And, if they want, the possibility to travel on to countries other than Turkey, as Turkey is not a safe country, with its goverrnment’s violence against Kurds and leftists. I do hope the Next and H&M refugee children are really at school now; as most Syrian refugee children in Turkey don’t have the right to go to school.

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