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Slavery Slavery Definition: the state of being a slave (sell somebody into slavery). Done By: Cindy, Janielynne, Lim Wei Ting & Jerlyn. History of SLavery. S lave systems in historical perspective in which a human being is legally the property of another.

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slavery slavery definition the state of being a slave sell somebody into slavery

SlaverySlavery Definition: the state of being a slave (sell somebody into slavery)

Done By: Cindy, Janielynne,

Lim Wei Ting & Jerlyn

history of slavery
History of SLavery
  • Slave systems in historical perspective in which a human being is legally the property of another.
  • An integral element is that children of a slave mother will becomes slaves. It does not include historical forced labour by prisoners, labour camps or other forms of unfree labour in which labourers are not considered property.
  • Slavery can be traced to the earliest records, such as the Code of Hammurabi, which refers to an established institution. Slavery is rare among hunter.Slavery also requires a shortage of labour and a surplus of land to be reasonable.
  • Slavery is not legal anywhere in the world. The last year to abolish

Slavery was at 1981.

a case of a child slavery
A case of a Child Slavery

A six-year-old boy named Ali was

picked up by Saudi authorities for begging on

the streets. He was smuggled into

Saudi Arabia from Yemen in order to beg.Ali says he ended up begging after physical abuse involving metal wire attacks on his back. he was beaten up everytime when he said he did not want to beg all day. Ali is one of thousands of Yemeni children sold to gangs and forced to beg each year. These children are usually sold by families who are fooled into believing their children will get a better life.Many of the children who are smuggled over the Saudi or Yemen border are beaten and sometimes even mutilated to become better, more useful beggars. It is hard to be exact about figures, but in 2005 the Yemeni Ministry of Social Affairs acknowledged that about 300 children were crossing the border every month.

maid slavery
Maid Slavery

Maids are not slaves. Even though they are not part of our family, we need to treat them fairly with respect. There was a story about an employer who made her maid eat poo. There was also a story about a lady who pushed her maid down the stairs as she was jealous of her maid being too close to her daughter.Why are we doing this? We are treating our maid with no care and respect. This is not right!If we do more of this, some maids might do things to get revenge. For example, this year, there was an Indonesian maid who flinged a knife beside her employer’s child. The parents were so afraid that they installed CCTV cameras around the house for their

child’s safety. If don’t want more of

this, we must treat maids fairly.

It doesn’t mean that we must not

respect them if they are unknown to us.

what must we do to stop child slavery
What must we do to stop child slavery

1. Public awareness has to grow, and there has to be public agreement that it is time to end slavery once and for all. This public commitment must be communicated to  politicians.

2. Governments must enforce their own anti-slavery laws. To make this happen every country has to understand that they must take action or face serious pressure. When the same effort is put behind searching out and ending slavery, there will be rapid change.

3.People label products that are made by child labourers. In this way, consumers can make a decision as to whether to buy the product or not. Although people agree it is a good idea to label products in this way, it increases consumer information. Many consumers still purchase goods was exposed that many of their products were produced in sweatshops and unethical working conditions. 4.Have a serious consequence for whoever commits slavery.5.Be kind to our helpers and treat them with respect.6.Ask the parents not to sell their children away.7.There should be a fine when someone smuggles a child to

sell him or her.8.Take good care of children and do not walk off without your child when you are in mall or any public place.9.Keep an eye on your children to prevent kidnapping.10.Be aware of your children when going to very little people places. 11.Do not leave children below 7 years old alone at home.