Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

October 30, 2014

slaveryIn January 2013, Global Research reported on “The Irish Slave Trade – The Forgotten “White” Slaves.” In March 2014, the BBC ran an article titled, “Government visa rules ‘license domestic slavery’.” In May, the Atlanta Journal Constitution headlined, “Human trafficking rift exposed.” On October 2, Foreign Policy wrote, “Women and Children for Sale: A new U.N. report paints a terrifying picture of life under the Islamic State.” On October 21, CNN headlined, “Slave labor in America today.” On October 24, the Daily Herald wrote, “Sex slavery rampant in the suburbs, experts say.” And on October 29, the BBC published a special report titled, “Switzerland’s shame: The children used as cheap farm labour.”

It seems the awareness of slavery—and perhaps slavery itself—is alive and well. Click here to read more.


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