Part 1: Annual Reports 1880-2000, Submissions to UNCHR, Ephemera & Publications of Anti-Slavery International, 1980-2000
This collection is vital for all those scholars who want to show their students that slavery is not an issue confined to the past, nor is it a marginal issue.
ASI estimates that 27 million women, children and men around the world are currently trapped in contemporary forms of slavery such as bonded labour, forced marriage, forced labour, human trafficking and child labour.
Part 1 of this project brings together all of their publications, 1980-2000, and their detailed submissions to the UNCHR, 1965-2000. These detail issues such as:
- Aborigines Today: Land and Justice;
- Forced Prostitution in Turkey;
- Female Circumcision;
- The deportation of Kurds in Iraq;
- Britain and America's Secret Slaves: the Plight of Domestic Workers
- Slavery in Brazil
- Forced Labour in Northern Bosnia
- The Traffic in children in Benin and Gabon.
A complete run of Annual Reports, 1880-2000, provide some historical perspective on this organisation and its evolution.