This course was written by Olga Jurasz.
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Figure 2: © Niday Picture Library / Alamy
Figure 3: Taken from University of Toronto Libraries
Figure 4: Taken from The University of Glasgow
Activity 4: Hadijatou Mani Koraou v The Republic of Niger – unofficial translation of judgment No ECW/CCJ/JUD/06/08 of 27 October 2008 , ECOWAS Community Court of Justice http://www.courtecowas.org/
Figure 5: © Scott Nelson / Getty Images
Figure 6: Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, 2012, United Nations, New York
Figure 7: Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, 2012, United Nations, New York
Figure 8: Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, 2012, United Nations, New York
Figure 10: © AFP / Stringer / Getty Images
Activity 7: Scotland: A safe place for child traffickers? A scoping study into the nature and extent of child trafficking in Scotland (2011). www.sccyp.org.uk
Activity 7: The Fifth Periodic Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child United Kingdom (2014) © HM Government 2014
Figure 11: © International Labour Organization/Berger H.
Activity 8: Poverty, Discrimination and Slavery: The reality of bonded labour in India, Nepal and Pakistan, Anti-Slavery International (2008) www.antislavery.org
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Figure 13: © ITAR-TASS Photo Agency / Alamy
Work Abroad (2008) produced by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime http://www.unodc.org/
Lured by a Job, Trapped in Forced Labour (2014) produced by the ILO, http://www.ilo.org/ White Gold – the True Cost of Cotton (2007): Environments Justice Foundation: http://www.ejfoundation.org/
The Magdalene Laundries Ireland – a Documentary Clip from ‘The Forgotten Maggies’ (2011). Courtesy: Steven O’Riordan
Enda Kenny issues apology through Irish Parliament in relation to Magdalene Laundries
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