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Human trafficking generates $32 billion annually and enslaves over 30 million people, half of them children. Award-winning journalist David Batstone, whom Bono calls "a heroic character," profiles the new generation of abolitionists who are leading the movement. This groundbreaking global report is now updated with the latest findings, new stories, and statistics that highlight what is being done to end this appalling epidemic—and how you can join the movement.

Published: HarperCollins on
ISBN: 9780062023728
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If you thought that slavery was a non-existent or even a minor issue in the world today, then you have to read this book. This is a great introduction to the modern slave trade that has human beings as the second largest commodity on the illegal trade markets. It reaches all corners of the world and no one is immune to it.more
Book on current day slave practices. Chapters with info on who you can contact to help.more
An eye-opening book whose stories alternately pummel you reasons to despair and hope. Didn't fully appreciate how wide-spread human trafficking is. If you don't think it was a big problem; you're wrong. If you think it's a big problem; it's even worse than you thought. This is a great book to help spread the word.more
An inspiring introduction to the fight against human trafficking and modern slavery, Not for Sale offers stories of slavery and redemption from around the world, including Thailand, Uganda, Peru, and the United States. Batstone expresses his desire to recruit a new generation of abolitionists that will be fresh energy, creativity, and vision to campaign to end slavery. Amore
Journalist David Batstone illustrates each of several catagories of forced labor--adult and child sex industry and trafficking , child soldiers, indebted laborers--with the stories from those who have been directly involved. The depictions of horror are coupled with narratives of the folks who are working to assist those in need giving an inspirational boost to the book.No new ground is covered here, but this is a good introduction to the major areas of the global slave trade.more
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If you thought that slavery was a non-existent or even a minor issue in the world today, then you have to read this book. This is a great introduction to the modern slave trade that has human beings as the second largest commodity on the illegal trade markets. It reaches all corners of the world and no one is immune to it.more
Book on current day slave practices. Chapters with info on who you can contact to help.more
An eye-opening book whose stories alternately pummel you reasons to despair and hope. Didn't fully appreciate how wide-spread human trafficking is. If you don't think it was a big problem; you're wrong. If you think it's a big problem; it's even worse than you thought. This is a great book to help spread the word.more
An inspiring introduction to the fight against human trafficking and modern slavery, Not for Sale offers stories of slavery and redemption from around the world, including Thailand, Uganda, Peru, and the United States. Batstone expresses his desire to recruit a new generation of abolitionists that will be fresh energy, creativity, and vision to campaign to end slavery. Amore
Journalist David Batstone illustrates each of several catagories of forced labor--adult and child sex industry and trafficking , child soldiers, indebted laborers--with the stories from those who have been directly involved. The depictions of horror are coupled with narratives of the folks who are working to assist those in need giving an inspirational boost to the book.No new ground is covered here, but this is a good introduction to the major areas of the global slave trade.more
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