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Slavery Research Library

Welcome to the Slavery Research Library

Search the library for anti-slavery resources from across the globe. Suggest material to share, or review the latest highlights from the Slavery Research Bulletin.

There are currently 240 resources in the library.

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Latest Resources

The World’s Stateless Children

Author(s): Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion / Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion / 2017

Brokerage in migrant domestic work in Ghana: complex social relations and mixed outcomes

Author(s): Awumbila; Deshingkar; Kandilige; Kofi... / Migrating Out of Poverty / 2017

Disrupting Human Trafficking: The Role of Financial Institutions

Author(s): Keatinge; Barry / Royal United Services Institute / 2017

Making Workers Pay: Recruitment of the Migrant Labor Force in the Gulf Construction Industry

Author(s): Segall; Labowitz / NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights / 2017

Effects of Public Policy on Child Labor

Author(s): Dammert; de Hoop; Mvukiyehe; Rosati / World Bank Group / 2017

Entertainment-Education and Child Marriage A Scoping Study for Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to ...

Author(s): Bouman; Lubjuhn; Hollemans; / Center for Media & Health / 2017