Within the context of the World Day Against Child Labor, the Altındağ Community Center held an awareness raising session. Every individual under 18 years old is a child and underlined that they must grow up on the proper conditions for their healthy mental and physical development. At the session, basic parameters of child labor was underlined referring to the the United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO). According to this, child labor includes; prevent children from continuing regularly with dangerous and harmful work for children from mental, physical, social or moral grounds; which will lead to early drop out of their schools because of heavy work taking long time together with the school. From this point on, located in the existing labor and social security legislation in Turkey within the scope of legal responsibilities, the session focused on the concept of children and young workers. Individuals who have attained the age of 15 in Turkey, according to the legislation, except for certain heavy works determined in the law and within the conditions that will prevent school attendance, is indicated that they can work under social security. However, despite the necessary legislative arrangements and practices, Child Labor continues to exist as a major problem for both host communities and refugee groups.