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Brazil has 1 million people enslaved and ranks 11th in the world – NGO

By Leonardo Sakamoto

Brazil has 1.05 million people in a situation of contemporary slavery.

This is what the estimate of the Global Slavery Index 2023 points out, released this Wednesday (24), in London, by Walk Free, an international human rights organization specializing in producing data on this crime.

In absolute numbers, this puts the country in 11th place among 160 countries, behind India (11 million), China (5.8 million), North Korea (2.6 million), Pakistan (2.3 million), Russia (1.9 million), Indonesia (1.8 million), Nigeria (1.6 million), Turkey (1.3 million), Bangladesh (1.1 million), and . . .

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