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MODERN SLAVERY

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MODERN SLAVERY
Alexa Aragón A01208330
Polet García A01208537
Emanuel Dublan A01207906
Susana Hernandez A01207444
Alicia Alvarez A01207941

Slavery in the World
In the fashion world:
The best way to help is to share information and raise awareness so that people stop buying in shops and so in the long run will generate losses.
How can we help?

What is Modern Slavery?
“When one person completely controls another person, using violence or the threat of violence to maintain that control, exploits them economically and they can not walk away”-CNN Freedom Project
FORCED LABOR
Immigrants are vulnerable and exploit
Forced into labor in their own countries
Females are sexually exploited

"Slavery flourishes when people cannot meet their basic needs and lack economic opportunity, education, healthcare and honest government" - Free Slaves
Sex Workers In Cambodia:

In Cambodia there are places where it is said you can get a "massage", actually these women are slaves, they provide sex, and can't quit their jobs, they live there in insane conditions. Sometimes police rescue them and give a new chance.
India 14.29 million
China with 3.24 million
Pakistan 2.06 million
Uzbekistan 1.2 million
Russia 1.05 million
More than 35 million people all over the world are trapped in some kind of slavery.
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Definition
Concept
Someone being deceived by prostitution (children and women)
Sex trafficking can also occur within debt bondage
To be set free they must pay a debt
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Mauritania Forced Labor:
SEX TRAFFICKING
INVOLUNTARY DOMESTIC SERVITUDE
Workplace informal
Non consensual exploitation
Isolates domestic workers
FORCED CHILD LABOR
Sale and trafficking of children
The child appears to be in the custody of a non-family member
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Debt Bondage Among Migrant Laborers
Hazardous conditions of employment for migrant laborers
The worker’s status in the country is tied to the employer
REFERENCES:
Anonymous(N.D)U.S Department of state:What is Modern Slavery?(2015).http://www.state.gov/j/tip/what/
Anonymous(N.D)Apparel Industry Trends 2012 http://www.free2work.org/trends/apparel/
Clay A. (N.D) Modern day slavery in the fashion industry: http://www.thefashionglobe.com/modern-day-slavery-in-the-fashion-industry
Dixon, R (2013) Slavery still Haunts Africa. LATimes http://articles.latimes.com/2013/oct/17/world/la-fg-wn-slavery-africa-20131017
Anonymous (N.D) 21st. Century Slavery. Holocaust. http://www.africanholocaust.net/articles/21stcentury%20slaves.html
Stop trafic fashion (2012). About Human Trafficking: http://stoptraffickfashion.com/about-us/about-human-trafficking/
Mauritania, a country located in Africa is one of the countries with the highest level of slavery, but it's different than other places, because they still using chains, and they force people to work without any rewards or payment, since they are kids.
Manufacturing Slavery In Bangladesh:
Bangladesh as many other countries in Asia, have given place to transnational factories of clothes. These manufacturers factories give job to thousand of natives but the work conditions are insane and the payment is not fair. Security in these places is not too sophisticated. There is always accidents, fire, and lots of disease. Vietnam, India.
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