Ending slavery as a priority in poverty fight

04/4/2013 | Guardian (London), The

An estimated 21 million people are enslaved, and their needs aren't being adequately acknowledged by the development community, writes Aidan McQuade. Slavery "is a human rights issue and also a political one. Any development project that does not recognise this threatens to overlook some of the intractable problems of poverty that continue to plague the world," he argues.

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