‘13th’ is ‘Selma’ director Ava DuVernay’s Oscar-nominated documentary.
Immigration officers arrested just under 100 people, mostly from Vietnam, and more than a dozen were considered to be at risk from slavery
Authorities in Romania have formally detained 38 people suspected of running a slavery ring.
Anti-mafia police have broken up a human trafficking gang in central Romania.
President of the United States, Barack Obama, on Wednesday (June 1) shook hands with 108-year-old Lester Townsend before a speech in Indiana. This
With many countries across the world today downing tools to celebrate workers and labourers, here we look at five problems that should be
Spirits Homecoming is a South Korean film about comfort women and is based on the horrors experienced by so-called sex slaves in Japanese military
Nestlé has received praise this week over its admission on Monday that slave labour in Thailand is used in its supply chain for seafood. PR Week
David Cameron has arrived in Jamaica looking to strengthen trade ties with the former British colony. Instead he has been hit with a request for
David Cameron’s trade trip to Jamaica looks set to be disrupted by a row over crueler commerce, the slave trade. Sir Hilary Beckels, chair of the
This week Cinema Box is bringing you the latest movie by Romanian director Radu Jude. ‘Aferim’ is at once a black comedy, a Western and a historical
The self-proclaimed Islamic State group has justified its enslavement of woman and children, as being in accordance with an ancient Islamic
US Secretary of State John Kerry has accused Thailand and Malaysia of failing to do enough to to fight human trafficking. The accusation comes as
Police have made five arrests for labour exploitation crimes after finding people working in unhealthy and unhygienic conditions at a vegetable
Three woman at the centre of slavery allegations in south London are said to have lived in some kind of “collective” where police believe their
More details are emerging about three women who had been kept as slaves in London for 30 years. Police say they had been beaten during their time
London has again shown that amongst its glittering palaces and hi-tech skyscrapers lives an exploited underclass living in quasi-medieval