The BBC’s discovery of Syrian children working for an M&S supplier points to need for major changes to auditing

Almost 3 million refugees have crossed into Turkey since the Syrian conflict erupted five years ago, the largest community of displaced Syrians in the world, according to the UN.

The majority are desperate for work at any cost. Holding no official documents or legal work permits, refugees, many of them...

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Nadine Hawa  Marks and Spencer  refugees  garment trade  GDP  UN  BHRRC  Human rights  ETI  BBC 

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