Shadow and Light in International Human Rights
Chapter 7: Slavery and poverty on trial: light and shadow
Contemporary slavery is one of the most concerning and harming issues on the global human rights agenda. UN data establishes that 40 million ‘people around the world were victims of modern slavery, forced labour and forced marriage, revealing the true scale of such practices that disproportionately affect women and girls’.
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