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Published by Commission on International Justice and Goodwill, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Mozambique.

Subjects:

  • Forced labor -- Mozambique.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement prepared by a long-time resident of the region whose name has been withheld. Cf. Foreword.

ContributionsFederal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on International Justice and Goodwill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD4875.M85 S97 1926
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. ;
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2419618M
LC Control Number87102925

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  Argues that a critical determinate as to which labor system became dominate was economics—the planters sought the cheapest source of labor. Shows that the experiences of servants and slaves were similar. Christopher, Emma, Cassandra Pybus, and Marcus Rediker, eds. Many Middle Passages: Forced Migration and the Making of the Modern World. The cocoa industry has profited from the utilization of forced labor in West Africa since the late s. Despite the Portuguese decree in abolishing slavery, and the release of cocoa plantation slaves, slave labor was quickly reemployed, aided by the exploitation of legal loopholes and government officials willing to turn a blind eye.   BASIC GUIDE: LABOUR RELATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. In today’s world, we need to arm ourselves with as much information regarding our rights. Especially when it comes to fair and unfair labour practices., according to Labour Relations in South Africa. Every employee/worker is entitled to fair labour practices in South Africa. Forced labour is any work or service which people are forced to do against their will, under threat of punishment. Almost all slavery practices contain some element of forced labour. Forced or compulsory labour is all work or service which is exacted from any person under the threat of a penalty and for which the person has not offered himself.

Forced labour, also called Slave Labour, labour performed involuntarily and under duress, usually by relatively large groups of labour differs from slavery in that it involves not the ownership of one person by another but rather merely the forced exploitation of that person’s labour.. Forced labour has existed in various forms throughout history, but it was a peculiarly. The history of forced labor in the United States encompasses to all forms of unfree labor which have occurred within the present day borders of the United States through modern times. "Unfree labor" is a generic or collective term for those work relations, in which people are employed against their will by the threat of destitution, detention, violence (including death), lawful compulsion, or. And under the encomienda system, Indians were forced to labor or pay tribute to an encomendero, who, in exchange, was supposed to provide protection and conversion to Christianity. The encomenderos’ power survived longest in frontier areas, particularly in Venezuela, Chile, Paraguay, and in the Mexican Yucatan into the nineteenth century. He reported in his book Modern Slavery that few of these workers received payment and even fewer managed to escape bondage, positing that forced labor in Portuguese-ruled Africa was no different.