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Jonathon King September 19, 2007 Modern Slavery Slavery is defined as a person who is forced to work against their will, with little or no pay for his or her efforts; while being continuously abused, threatened and treated inferiorly. It is an issue that extends far beyond any written history, for example, even during Homer’s ancient Greece, slavery was an established institution. When most people talk about slavery, they’re talking about it in history. However, there is such thing as modern slavery, and it exists in many developing countries today. Although Article four of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states; “Slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms,” some Latin American nations such as Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Peru, and Uruguay are all guilty of practicing some form of slavery. In the early 1880’s the slave trade was banned in Africa, but it still goes on today. The United Nations Children Fund (UNCF) estimated that around 200,000 children are
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2008 for the course PSCI 1101 taught by Professor Juenke,eri during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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