Addressing Modern Slavery
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|Nolan, J. & Boersma, M. (2019). Addressing Modern Slavery. UNSW Press, Sydney.pdf||Published version||1.51 MB|
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Long after slavery was officially abolished, the practice not only continues but thrives. An estimated 40 million people are modern-day slaves, more than ever before in human history. Whether they are women in electronics or apparel sweatshops, children in brick kilns or on cocoa farms, men trapped in bonded labour working on construction sites, or girls forced into domestic servitude or sex work, millions of people are forced to perform labour through the use of force, intimidation or deceit.
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