These maps show the population percentage and the total number of slaves for 162 countries in 2013 based on data from the Global Slavery Index. According to their definition
the significant characteristic of all forms of modern slavery is that it involves one person depriving another people of their freedom: their freedom to leave one job for another, their freedom to leave one workplace for another, their freedom to control their own body.
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