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There are only 12.3 million people in the world in slavery today
There are an estimated 8.4 million children in slavery around the world.
The Universal Declaration on Human Rights was created after World War One.
Slavery is when a person is forced to perform work in conditions which they did agree to.
Trafficking and smuggling are two different words for the same thing.
Human rights apply to all people across the world, even those whose governments have not signed all the UN human rights treaties.
There is no slavery in England and America, only in poor countries
The UK ended slavery in 1807.