‘We can do it again’: Australian fashion brands offer employment for Afghan refugees

A consortium of Australian designers is urging the government to increase its humanitarian intake, promising jobs in the sector for new and existing migrants

An alliance of Australian fashion brands has called on the federal government to increase its humanitarian quota of refugees from Afghanistan, with pledges the industry will help support, train and employ the new migrants.

, ‘We can do it again’: Australian fashion brands offer employment for Afghan refugees, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Last month the Australian government announced an initial 3,000 humanitarian places would be allocated to Afghan nationals, as the Taliban took control of the country and chaos broke out at Kabul airport.

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