From debt bondage in Hong Kong to forced marriage: The battle and dire need to define modern slavery | South China Morning Post
At first glance a foreign municipal someone in Hong Kong, a Rohingya migrant busy on a fishing boat, a sex worker travel the streets of city and a youngster labourer cutting gramineous plant in a plantation in the land feature naught in common. But all four could be slaves, trafficked and exploited by criminals and employers profiting from the world's quickest growing extracurricular industry, estimated by the International Labour body (ILO) to be worth US$150 billion a year. In the 15 years since a spheric treaty to combat hominian trafficking was adopted, modern slavery has step by step understood over as a catch-all period of time to draw human trafficking, forced labour, debt bondage, unexpected marriage and remaining slave-like exploitation.
Yeonmi Park tells how she was nearly raped by trafficker who smuggled her out of North Korea | Daily Mail Online
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January 2012 - Bondage Video Discussion Forum Archive
I haven't been some much of late, and hope to purify that in 2012, but let me convey everyone for the great reviews and posts. And approval to the appearance and social unit of for what appears to be an owing film. Also, as always, bang-up year-end lists, A Canadian and Ralphus.