Poor purchasing hurts refugee workers in Turkey

August 20, 2019 EcoVadis FR


Despite efforts by a small but growing group of European fashion brands and retailers to tackle exploitation of Syrian refugees in Turkish garment supply chains, the majority are still failing to take steps to prevent abuse, particularly beyond their first-tier suppliers, new research suggests. 



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