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How to stop modern slavery

One in four victims of modern slavery – of which forced marriages are a part – are children. Image: REUTERS/Feisal Omar - RC2LHI9D74I0

Arathi Sethumadhavan

Head of Research, Ethics & Society, Microsoft

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Breakdown of products imported to the United States that are a risk for modern slavery Image: The Global Slavery Index, 2018 – Walk Free Foundation
A breakdown of data on child labour Image: World Vision

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