We can all imagine the sex worker who has been trapped into a life of modern slavery. We can all imagine a huddled mass of migrants in a faraway place loaded onto a truck.

What we struggle to accept or acknowledge is that you and I wear clothes made by slaves. We eat tinned tomatoes picked by people who have been bought and sold. Our nails have been painted by people in forced labour. Our fresh fruit picked by them. Our cars are washed, and our hotel bedrooms cleaned by them.

Every day you and I enjoy the benefits of slavery. The lower the prices, the extra convenience of the services.

Is this true – you ask? How can this be possible?

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