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As for Ahmad Rawas, 13, his life and familial circumstances have forced him to work in a Turkish restaurant from 9 a.m. On days he does not show up at work for being sick or extremely tired, 40 lira [$17] is deducted from his salary.
The ministry also began a similar project in the Harem camp inside Syrian territory.Despite the appearance, Beren was truly one of the most talented actresses of Turkish.The winner of numerous awards, including two prestigious awards Beren Saat was born February 26, 1984 in the capital of Turkey - Ankara in the family of a professional football player Hüseyin Avni Saat. When Beren was studying at Ankara University in the Faculty of Management, she decided to take part in the TV show "Stars in Turkey " / Türkiye'nin Yıldızları, which was a competition between young aspiring actors.The law also penalizes the parents of the working child.Nevertheless, the Turkish government neglects the work being done by Syrian refugees’ children, despite their needs.Instead, he preferred to have Ismail work at a sewing factory that is close to their house in a poor neighborhood, so he could help his parents meet the cost of living in the Turkish city. to 6 p.m., is paid 400 Turkish lira per month [$178].
Yet, he is convinced, or rather his parents have convinced him, that his future in the factory will help him have a decent profession, while educational degrees will not help him earn a living in this foreign country.
It also prepared a child education class in the cultural center in Maarrat al-Numan.” On the measures that need to be taken to prevent Syrian child labor in Turkey or to develop a law in this regard, Hagli added, “The ministry is currently handling the issue of children who have no IDs, are homeless and have been abandoned by their parents, in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice in the interim government.” The Ministry for Culture and Family Affairs confirmed that it has submitted a letter on the situation of Syrian children to a conference held under the auspices of the United Nations in the Italian city of Palermo, in order to raise support for Syrian refugees and put an end to the tragedy of their children.
Insufficient attempts Under Turkish labor law, children under the age of 15 are prohibited from working and the employer shall be sentenced up to one year in prison or pay a sum ranging between 1,000 [$445] and 1,300 lira [$578].
According to Abu Jawad, the Turkish schools even require high fees and are not convenient for a family that arrived a few months ago from the countryside of Aleppo.
Abu Jawad plans to have his children help him by working in the same chandelier factory where he works, or in any other job, but “when they grow up a little bit more.” Ibtisam Sawaf has enrolled two of her three children in Syrian schools, and the third in a Turkish school close to her place, in order to save about 140 lira [about $62] of the Syrian school bus fees per month.
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