terça-feira, 2 de fevereiro de 2016

Migrants: European Brands found Syrian children in clothes factories

Syrian children working illegally in clothing factory in Turkey, was where the marks H&M and Next. This according to the British NGO Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.

.hm <a href="https://twitter.com/nextofficial">nextofficial combatting child #refugee labor in Turkish factories https://t.co/gmfhRg0Qr2 BHRRC</a> <a href="https://t.co/hkj26e4gBF">pic.twitter.com/hkj26e4gBF</a><p>â€" Sarah Labowitz (SarahLabo) 1 Février 2016

A controversial news, contradicted however by the "Association of exporters of clothing and Knitting:" http://sputniknews.com/art_living/20160201/1034053033/turkey-syrian-child-labor.html, which comes a day after Europol have alerted to the "disappearance" in the last two years, 2 000 migrant children, after they have been registered in Europe.

"This is the number of unaccompanied minors who have no idea where they are. We don't know them: ' lost in the system ', was a phrase that I have heard and I think it's a good way to put it. And our concern is that we know that there are people out there ready to exploit minors. We know that there are people who can take them and use them to your advantage. We're just pointing out something that we should all be aware, "explained Brian Donald, the European police coordination agency.

Europol is concerned that many children are being sexually exploited, victims of organized crime networks and regrets the development of a pan-European criminal structure, which is taking advantage of the worst crisis of the post World War II migration.
However, it doesn't mean we all have been caught in nets. Some may have found the families â€" but Europol does not know it.

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