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  • Author:
    Baroness Caroline Cox,Dr John Marks
  • ISBN:
    0825461316
  • ISBN13:
    978-0825461316
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  • Publisher:
    Monarch Books; 1st Edition. edition (November 13, 2006)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
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    Christian Living
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Author:Cox, Baro Caroline .

Author:Cox, Baro Caroline. World of Books USA was founded in 2005. We want your experience with World of Books to be enjoyable and problem free. Dr Lydia Tanner contributes a new chapter on human trafficking, and Mal Egner provides a chapter on the conditions endured by the Dalits of India. Former slave and South Sudanese Olympic athlete, Guor Marial, writes the foreword.

Baroness Caroline Cox was until recently deputy speaker of the British House of Lords and a well-known .

Baroness Caroline Cox was until recently deputy speaker of the British House of Lords and a well-known campaigner for human rights. Paperback: 184 pages. Armchair Interviews says: This is a 5-star, thought-provoking read.

The statistics of modern day slavery are shocking,- writes Baroness Co. This book tells some of their stories

The statistics of modern day slavery are shocking,- writes Baroness Cox. -Behind each statistic is a human being ' a man, woman, or child; and behind each human being is a family and a community which have been devastated or destroyed. This book tells some of their stories. The statistics of modern day slavery are shocking,- writes Baroness Cox.

Slavery remains rampant worldwide

Slavery remains rampant worldwide. Behind each statistic is a human being - a man, woman, or child; and behind each human being is a family and a community which have been devastated or destroyed. Read full description. This Immoral Trade by John Marks, Lydia Tanner, Baroness Cox (Paperback, 2013). Brand new: lowest price.

Slavery remains rampant worldwide, despite celebrations surrounding the bicentennial of its abolition in Britain. Additional Product Features. At least 27 million men, women, and children remain illegally enslaved today, ranging from prostitutes in London to indentured workers in Burma. Based on her compelling firsthand report to the British House of Lords, this high-profile advocate for the world's poorest victims offers an urgent call to action for Christians worldwide.

Caroline Cox, John Marks. Slavery remains rampant worldwide, despite celebrations surrounding the bicentennial of its abolition in Britain. It also gives a lot of history on slavery in the past and currently (more-so the past). There were many personal testimonies given of people interviewed who were child soldiers or were forced into sexual ution. Dec 23, 2013 Adele Pilkington rated it it was amazing.

Baroness Caroline Cox, Dr John Marks.

Slavery and 21st Century-this should NOT be in same sentence! . This Immoral Trade was emotionally difficult to read. Rape, murder, and bondage cause the victim's voices to cry out from within its pages and grip your heart.

Slavery and 21st Century-this should NOT be in same sentence! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. If you can get through the documented information and photos without tears of compassion, or are able to stay the screams of outrage that rise in your throat at the injustices being carried out every minute of every day, then you probably don't deserve the precious freedom you are now enjoying.

Find nearly any book by Baroness Caroline Cox. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 . by Baroness Caroline Cox, Dr John Marks. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780825461316 (978-0-8254-6131-6) Softcover, Monarch Books, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'This Immoral Trade: Slavery in the 21st Century'. This Immoral Trade: Slavery in the 21st Century. by Baroness Caroline Cox, Lydia Tanner.

slavery in the 21st century. by Cox, Caroline, Caroline Cox, John Marks. Published 2006 by Monarch in Oxford Times. Published 2006 by Monarch in Oxford. History, Slavery, Slavery & emancipation. Includes bibliographical references.

Based on her compelling and convincing report to the British House of Lords, this high-profile advocate for the world's poorest victims offers an urgent call to action for Christians worldwide.

Unirtay
I learned about 4 months ago that I am related to Miss Cox. I am thoroughly enjoying reading about her wonderful, charitable works.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
This Immoral Trade was emotionally difficult to read. Rape, murder, and bondage cause the victim's voices to cry out from within its pages and grip your heart. If you can get through the documented information and photos without tears of compassion, or are able to stay the screams of outrage that rise in your throat at the injustices being carried out every minute of every day, then you probably don't deserve the precious freedom you are now enjoying.

Page 11 Quote: 1927 the International Slavery Convention outlawed slavery worldwide, but 80 years later, more people are enslaved than at any time in history. 27 million, (men, women and children) is one conservative estimate. International protest and systematic actions ranging from economic sanctions and boycotts to political and religious rallies succeeded in bringing an end to apartheid. So why are we, as individuals, as political parties, as churches, or as the "international community" so half-hearted in our endeavors to end the practice of slavery, which is at least as brutal in its violations of fundamental human rights as was apartheid?

Page 87 Quote: Burma has the largest number of child soldiers in the world today. Over 70,000 boys age of 11 and older have been kidnapped and forcibly recruited into the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC).

These atrocities are being attributed to Muslim leaders in several countries.

Page 120 Quote: Slavery has been associated with many Islamic societies for most of the 1,400 years of Islam's existence. In the language of the Qur'an, slaves are a legitimate property for Muslims.

If you want to find out more about present-day slavery, I suggest you read, This Immoral Trade.

Armchair Interviews says: This is a 5-star, thought-provoking read.
Zainn
Was an informative book about slavery in Sudan, Uganda, and Burma (mainly focusing on the child soldiers as well as the girls forced into sexual slavery for those soldiers). It also gives a lot of history on slavery in the past and currently (more-so the past). There were many personal testimonies given of people interviewed who were child soldiers or were forced into sexual exploitation/prostitution. There were loads of great quotes and references to use. My heart broke while reading it further than it already is broken for the oppressed. Definitely one of the best human trafficking books I've read.