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A national strike by prisoners is the latest iteration of demands for freedom from forced labor.
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Dominican sugar imports tied to forced labor rejected by US Check more at https://en.news4social.com/news/world/dominican-sugar-imports-tied-to-forced-labor-rejected-by-us/
MEXICO CITY, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Mexican-born Flor Molina was once a victim of modern slavery, cond
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Largest-ever First-hand Investigation Into Slavery And Child Labor Finds Forced Labor Prevalent In India’s Hand-Made Carpet Sector | Global Empire
Largest-ever First-hand Investigation Into Slavery And Child Labor Finds Forced Labor Prevalent In India’s Hand-Made Carpet Sector | Global Empire |Axisoflogic.com
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For a couple of years now, China is known to repress the Uyghur Muslim community in the western province of Xinjiang. Millions of Uyghur Muslims are known to be detained in concentration camps, factories, and prisons.Here’s in-depth information about what can be done to end forced labour and save Uyghur Muslim minorities from facing the tragic situation. What is Uyghur Muslim Forced Labour?Uyghur forced labor is a critical issue. CCP (Chinese Communist Party) is using Uyghur Muslims to pick…
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Bonded labor is prevalent among Dalits, even their children, who often work in slave-like conditions to pay off family debt. India has the largest child labor force in the world, approximately 150 million.
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EU moves to ban products built with forced labor Check more at https://en.news4social.com/news/world/eu-moves-to-ban-products-built-with-forced-labor/
Pakistan, 2006: Boys weave a rug in a carpet factory in Quetta City, Balochistan. UNICEF currently estimates that 150 million children between the ages of five and 14 are engaged in labour of some sort. Although child labour is in decline globally, the current economic crisis has forced many children into work earlier and in more hazardous roles. UNICEF is working with governments around the world to end the worst forms of child exploitation and to create social protections for all children…
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