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Freedom from Slavery and Forced Labour

Abstract

Malyadri P

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of gender, nationality, place of residency, sex, ethnicity, religion, color or and other categorization. Thus, human rights are non-discriminatory, meaning that all human beings are entitled to them and cannot be excluded from them. Of course, while all human beings are entitled to human rights, not all human beings experience them equally throughout the world. Many governments and individuals ignore human rights and grossly exploit other human beings. Slavery is when someone actually owns you like a piece of property. Servitude is similar to slavery - you might live on the person’s premises, work for them and be unable to leave, but they don’t own you. Forced labour means you are forced to do work that you have not agreed to, under the threat of punishment.

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