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bonded labour in India

Bonded labour is probably the least known but widest used form of slavery today
©Pete Pattisson /


children in school in Haiti

Former Restaveks, child domestic servants, at a summer camp organised as rehabilitation by Foyer Maurice Sixto
©Pete Pattisson /