The Importance Of Slavery

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In the 21st century people believe that slavery is a historical relic, but the truth is history always finds a way to repeat itself. Slavery is not something only from the past, across the world its estimated by International Labour Office in 2016 that 40.3 million people are enslaved today. Plus 10 million from that number are children, and 4.1 are being expiate by the government. Consequently, modern slavery is a truly a tormenting phenomena of this period of time and equivalent to slavery, and it is an umbrella term, due to the fact that it isn’t really defined with a term by the law. But it can be seen and insinuate to as human trafficking, forced and bounded labor, child labor and child soldiers, forced prostitution and forced …show more content…

“The Means”, by threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person. For “The Purpose” of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs. (UNODC. 2010). Nonetheless modern slavery covers three stages. First stage is recruitment, its when the victim is deceived or manipulated into slavery, and it has three ways: the victims approach the offenders or the offenders offer opportunities to the victims or offenders target some very vulnerable victims. Is driven generally by financial profit or personal gratification. The second stage is exploitation, nonetheless it was controlled by organization that used some methods to control the victims such as the use of violence or the threat of violence, abuse wither it was financially or emotionally, substances and social isolation. The third stage transportation however it only only sometimes occurs not …show more content…

Planning Commission of India defines it as “a sort of patronage in which the minimum wage is barely enough to cover the living costs of the employee and relation between employer and employee is often characterized by unfixed and exploitative payment agreements which benefit for employer”. Forced child labor, commercial sexual exploitation, forced begging and forced marriage. The global slavery index mentioned that “India is undergoing a remarkable 'triple transition', in which economic growth is both driving and is being affected by rapid social and political change. Economic growth has rapidly transformed the country over the past 20 years, including the creation of a burgeoning middle-class. In 1993, some 45 percent of the population were living in poverty; by 2011 that had been reduced to 21 percent. In addition to economic growth, ambitious programmes of legal and social reform are being undertaken right across the board, from regulation of labour relations to systems of social insurance for the most

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