The Atlas of Enslavement provides an overview of the many forms of coercion and exploitation in various branches of the global world economy. In doing so, it creates awareness of the invisible realities of modern slavery. Through vivid graphics and with detailed facts, the educational material sheds light on the situation in different regions of the world.
Here you can download the atlas. Concrete examples are used to show that the continuation of this inhumane practice is a global problem.
This atlas is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution -4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). You can use the individual infographics of this atlas for your own purposes, if the copyright notice "Bartz/Stockmar, CC BY 4.0" is written near the graphic, and "Bartz/Stockmar (M), CC BY 4.0" for adaptations.
Dietmar Bartz, Remco Breuker, Katherine Brickell, Fiona de Hoog Cius, Franz Ebert, Liévin Feliho, Elise Gordon, Ellie Gore, Marion Guillaume, Kate Hodal, Toni Keppeler, Sandrine Kott, Genevieve LeBaron, Aya Majzoub, Janne Mende, Samuel Okyere, Bandana Pattanaik, Krishni Satchi, Luiza Soares Mariano Costa, Sue Thompson, Susan Tiefenbrun, Keno Verseck and Kim Weidenberg.
#Exploitation (external link, opens in a new window)#Atlas (external link, opens in a new window)#Slavery (external link, opens in a new window)#Colonialism (external link, opens in a new window)#Capitalism (external link, opens in a new window)
* These fields are required
Please select all cookies so you can experience L!NX at its best! We deploy our video and audio content via Youtube and Soundcloud! Allow our cookies if you want to see the full content! Cookie declaration