By: Aldrei, Dali, Mio, and Rayhan
What is Slavery
• When a person is treated as a machine and is told to
work for no pay – Dali
• When someone works by force without paying –
• When someone works without pay – Mio
• Slavery is when people’s rights are taken away by
some one else and are forced to work for them -
Types of Slavery
• bonded labor
• Child Slavery
• Early and forced marriage
• Forced labor
• Descent-based slavery
• Bonded labor is a practice in which employers
give high-interest loans to workers whose entire
families then labor at low wages to pay off the
debt or when someone is forced to work because
they are tricked
• Examples are:
• Child slavery is the slavery of children.
Under aged soldiers which is turning children into
soldiers, telling them to kill people
Early and forced marriage
• It is the act of forcing someone to marry a person
in exchange for money, no matter how young the
• Forced labor is any work or services which people
are forced to do against their will under the threat
of some form punishment.
• Descent-based slavery describes a situation
where people are either born into a slave
class/caste or from a 'group' viewed as being in
slavery by other members of their society.
• a master sending a person to another master to
be their slave. the trade and selling of slaves.
Slavery and human rights
• Slavery and human rights have a bad relationship
because slavery is everything human rights is
• Slavery of a human being is against the human
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