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The report analyses the problem and considers responses to the problem to date and what more needs to be done.Download PDF: Women in Ritual Slavery 2007 report 2012.Anti-Slavery International, Maggie Black This report looks at the ritual slavery practices of Devadasi, Jogini and Mathamma in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in southern India.These practices involve the dedication of young girls to a deity and their subsequent sexual exploitation by one or many men from the community.This paper argues that the levels of abuse, exploitation and control experienced by children as a result of child and early marriage can often meet international legal definitions of slavery and slavery-like practices, such as forced labour and trafficking. This report reviews the literature available on child marriage to show that a potentially high proportion of children in marriage are in slavery.
Sexual exploitation under the guise of marriage is a reality for some Syrian girls.
This cross-sectional, mixed qualitative-quantitative study was conducted in Lebanon by the ABAAD Resource Center for Gender Equality and Queen’s University. Individuals had to be aged 13 years or older to be eligible for participation.
A variety of participant subgroups were recruited to capture a wide range of perspectives on the lives of Syrian girls in Lebanon.
Anti-Slavery International, Galy Kadir Abdelkader, Moussa Zangaou.
This report focuses on the ‘wahaya’ practice in Niger, whereby girls and women of ‘slave caste’ are bought and sold as unofficial wives.