Child slavery now a contemporary reader gary craig on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers most slave trades were abolished during the 19th century yet there remain millions of people in slavery today. The reader highlights the need to change the structural contexts in which slavery exists at a political economic and cultural level rather than simply focusing on legislative change as most countries have already either adopted international protocols or developed their own frameworks in relation to child slavery. C hild slavery now a contemporary reade r author editor gary craig format hardcover 360 pages publisher policy press october 10 2010 the issue of modern child slavery is plagued with self aggrandisement shoddy resea rch and sensationalism child slavery now is a powerful antidote to this trend. The book child slavery now a contemporary reader edited by gary craig is published by bristol university press. The issue of modern child slavery is plagued with self aggrandisement shoddy research and sensationalism child slavery now is a powerful antidote to this trend gary craig brings together real experts and deep thinkers to carry our understanding of this crim far beyond sad stories and emotional appeals this book is an intellectual toolbox for liberation
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