Slavery is outlawed in every country in the world, and yet it still persists in many forms.
Employees working in private homes are forced or coerced into serving and/or fraudulently convinced that they have no option to leave.
Women, men or children that are forced into the commercial sex industry and held against their will by force, fraud or coercion.
Human beings are forced to work under the threat of violence and for no pay. These slaves are treated as property and exploited to create a product for commercial sale.
Individuals that are compelled to work in order to repay a debt and unable to leave until the debt is repaid. It is the most common form of enslavement in the world.
Any enslavement — whether forced labor, domestic servitude, bonded labor or sex trafficking — of a child.
Women and children who are forced to marry another without their consent or against their will.