Exploitation - Forms of Human Exploitation

Forms of Human Exploitation

Slavery
Contemporary slavery
  • Africa
  • Bangladesh
  • China
  • Europe
  • India
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
  • North Korea
  • Pakistan
  • Sudan
  • United States
Types
  • Bride-buying
  • Child labour
  • Debt bondage
  • Human trafficking
  • Peonage
  • Penal labour
  • Sexual slavery
  • Sweatshop
  • Wage slavery
Historic
  • History
  • Antiquity
  • Aztec
  • Ancient Greece
  • Rome
  • Medieval Europe
  • Thrall
  • Kholop
  • Serfdom
  • Slave ship
  • Slave raiding
  • Blackbirding
  • Galley slave

By country or region:

  • Africa
  • Atlantic
  • Arab
  • Barbary Pirates
  • Spanish New World
  • Angola
  • Bhutan
  • Brazil
  • Britain and Ireland
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Canada
  • China
  • India
  • Iran
  • Japan
  • Libya
  • Ottoman empire
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Seychelles
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • Sweden
  • United States
Religion
  • The Bible
  • Judaism
  • Christianity
  • Islam
Related topics
  • Abolitionism
  • Exploitation
  • Indentured servant
  • Unfree labour
  • Child labor
  • Child sexual exploitation
  • Forced labour
  • Human trafficking
  • Debt bondage
  • Trafficking of children
  • Forced prostitution
  • Corporate abuse
  • Cruelty to animals
  • Exploitation of natural resources
  • Free trade
  • Globalization
  • Indentured servant
  • International child abduction
  • Sharecropping
  • Slavery
  • Sweatshop
  • Unequal exchange
  • Wage slavery

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