Monday, 21 October , 2019

Slavery

85,000 People Live in Modern Slavery in Morocco

Millions of people around the world—whether they are men and children forced into labor or women forced into prostitution—continue to live through slavery in...

After destroying Libya, Europeans are financing slavery, slaves trade and torture!

Libyan militias shoot 15 dead after mass escape from migrant torture camp By Marianne Arens 4 June 2018 Libyan militias killed at least 15 African...

The silent war: How Britain & Europe support slavery and sex...

22 Mar, 2018 If I’ve learnt anything from working off the coast of Libya, it’s this: Preaching humanity and practicing it are two very different...

Results of the French, British, NATO intervention in Libya: Rehabilitating Slavery!

Slavery in Libya: Life inside a container by Fatma Naib 26 Jan 2018 In recent months, it has been revealed that African migrants and refugees have been...

What a World: ΕU is funding Slave Trade

Europe’s Aid to Africa Is Funding a Slave Trade Europe has outsourced the dirty work of border control to Libyan militias. In doing so, it has...

Latest figures reveal more than 40 million people are living in...

Forced marriage is included for first time in worldwide statistics that show ‘money and debt’ to be at the heart of the exploitation An estimated...

Latest figures reveal more than 40 million people are living in...

Forced marriage is included for first time in worldwide statistics that show ‘money and debt’ to be at the heart of the exploitation By Annie...

2017 – Look the Results of the French Humanitarian Operation

African migrants sold in Libya 'slave markets', IOM says Africans trying to reach Europe are being sold by their captors in "slave markets" in Libya,...

The significance of the American Revolution

Before the American Revolution, society for nearly 2,000 years had been based on the aristocratic principle, the “great chain of being,” and the divine right of kings. The Revolution created a society in which hereditary titles of nobility were banned, monarchy outlawed and the separation of church and state established.