Over one million Uyghurs and other members of predominantly Muslim ethnic groups have been placed in ‘re-education camps’ in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Families are torn apart, with their children placed in state orphanages.
Those released are often sent to clothing factories. One such Kazakh woman said: “The clothes factory was no different from the [re-education] camp. There were police, cameras, you couldn’t go anywhere.”
Credible reports have implicated dozens of Western brands, including Zara, in using these factories in their supply chains.
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