Slavery Research Digital Library Now Open -

Slavery Research Digital Library Now Open

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    November 18, 2015
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End Crowd is pleased to announce a new anti-trafficking searchable library, a great hub of academic articles, developed and recently released by the Freedom Fund. It is a simple, direct tool that enables the user to search for specific information like journal articles, reports, or working papers.

Users can narrow their search by selecting the applicable year, a specific type of slavery—like forced or bonded labor, domestic servitude, or child slavery—and the region of the world they want to target. Whether you are a longtime abolitionist or a student looking for the latest findings on this complex and ever-changing global issue, the Slavery Research Library will keep you informed about human trafficking and the most recent research aimed at understanding and fighting it. 

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