Ending Slavery: How We Free Today's Slaves

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Index
Aaronson, Susan, 210
Abdullah, enslavement story of, 78–79
Abolitionists, public indifference and, 21–22
Agnivesh, Swami, 99–100
Akho, Abdul, 179
Al Qaeda, 139
Amadou, enslavement story of, 179–80
Amnesty International, 148
Antislavery groups: critical thinking and, 91–92; ending corruption and, 130; flexibility and, 91; funding of, 90; toolkits for, 91
Anti-Slavery International, 98, 146, 234
Antislavery laws, writing/enforcing, 56–57
Antislavery movement: International Criminal Court and, 150; international development charities and, 223–24
Antislavery programs: measuring effectiveness of, 237–39; policy environments for, 240–41
Anti-Slavery Society, 141, 142, 143, 147–48
Antislavery workers: actions for helping, 55–59; increasing the number of, 58, 86–87; preparing, for backlash, 87; preparing for worst-case scenarios, 87– 88; protecting, 55–56; supplying adequate tools for, 56
Antitrafficking groups, in Japan, 114–15
APPLE. See Association of People for Practical Life Education (APPLE)
Archer Daniels Midland, 187
Ashaf, story of, as ex-slave, 214–16
Association of People for Practical Life Education (APPLE), 48
Awareness of slavery, raising, 133–34, 235–36; political will and, 27
Azad Nagar, India, freeing of, 62–68
Babylonian code, 10
Baldev, enslavement story of, 33–34
Bal Vikas Ashram, 42–43, 44, 45–46, 54, 214, 231; film about, 235
Bangladesh: microfinance, and poverty reduction in, 221; slavery in, 134–35
Ban ki-Moon, 173–74
Baumann, Ginny, 215
Bihar, India, 45–46, 154
Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC), 72–73
Blewitt, Kate, 177, 179
Bochi, India, slaveproofing village of, 213–16
Bondage, 201
Bonded laborers. See Slaves
Boserup, Ester, 221
Brazil: antislavery agenda for, 123–26; charcoal camps in, 119–20, 126, 197– 98; commodity subsidies and, 168; contemporary slavery in, 118; efforts to eradicate slavery in, 155; foreign debt of, 127; government antislavery efforts in, 120–22; history of slavery in, 120; lack of convictions and fines for slaveholders in, 122; slavery in pig iron production in, 197–98
Britain. See United Kingdom
BSCC. See Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC)
Burma: resources for ending slavery in, 128; trade sanctions against, 170, 171

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