Modern Slavery Is a Sad Reality in These Countries

November 30th, 2014
in News, econ_news

by Felix Richter,

According to a recent report published by the Walk Free Foundation, 35.8 million people are trapped in modern slavery.

Follow up:

India, China and Pakistan are the three countries with the largest absolute number of people living in slave-like conditions, while Mauritania, Uzbekistan and Haiti see the highest prevalence of modern slavery in relative terms. In Mauritania 4% of the population are estimated to live in modern slavery.

This chart shows the countries with the largest estimated number of people living in modern slavery in 2014.

Infographic: Modern Slavery Is a Sad Reality in These Countries | Statista
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