Monday, 26 January 2015

Anti-Slavery International Reference Library

If you're carrying out research either on historical aspects of slavery, or on contemporary issues, then the Anti-Slavery International Reference Library is worth a visit.

The library's contemporary collection includes books, periodicals, reports, United Nations and ILO documents, videos, photographs, press cuttings and exhibitions. The following subjects are represented: 
  •  Abusive child labour
  •  Bonded labour
  •  Child prostitution
  •  Forced labour
  •  Forced and early marriage
  •  Migrant labour
  •  Forced prostitution
  •  Trafficking
  •  Female genital mutilation
  •  Indigenous peoples
  •  Codes of conduct/social clauses relating to the above

Visits are currently by appointment only. The library is situated in south London, Brixton and Stockwell are the nearest tube stations. Contact details can be found on the organisation's web site.

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