By Kevin Bales
In his 1999 booklet, Disposable humans, Kevin Bales delivered to gentle the surprising truth of recent slavery and defined how, approximately 2 hundred years after the slave alternate used to be abolished (legal slavery must wait one other fifty years), worldwide slavery stubbornly persists. In Ending Slavery, Bales back grapples with the fight to finish this historic evil and provides the information and insights that could ultimately bring about slavery's extinction. Recalling his personal involvement within the antislavery circulate, he recounts a private trip looking for the answer and explains how governments and voters can construct an international with no slavery.
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Like other trafficked girls in Ghana, they are likely to be sexually abused as well. As with the Indian children enslaved in the looms, these children often come with the initial cooperation of their parents. Fishermen visit villages in the surrounding countryside in order to recruit children. With schooling hard to obtain and family incomes around the starvation level, parents will sometimes agree to let their children go in order to gain a 200,000 cedi (about $28) “advance” on their child’s labor.
How do we find them? How do we get them out? There are answers to all of these questions, and many of those answers are clear and unequivocal. Other answers are specific to a particular child or slave or place. There are two things that must be done with these answers: the first is that they need to be tested and refined, and the second is that they need to be universally known and made so clear that no slaves anywhere will lack the help they need to reclaim their lives. More questions expand beyond Raj and the ashram: Why do we have to rely on antislavery groups to free enslaved children?
Quickly, firmly, they help the children up and into the van; other co-workers are there to sit with them and guard them. Finally the van rolls off, throwing dust onto the crowd of villagers. From the van windows peer the children’s smudged, tear-streaked faces, full of both fear and wonder as they see the world again after years at the looms. Twelve minutes have passed since the raid began. FREE BUT NOT SAFE The van drives straight to the police station. Here the children are photographed and their names are gathered for a “First Information Report,” which includes their condition, the locations of the houses where they were held, and a list of all the people taking part in the raid.