ANTI-SLAVERY
SOCIETY

FIGHTING SLAVERY TODAY


This little girl
...

... is a slave

“I am a child ... and a slave”  

"My name is Mary Kudiewu.  I am 7.  I am a slave.  I became a slave when I was 5".

BUT JUST READING ABOUT HER WON’T HELP HER!

Nor will it stop the master’s whip tearing into Mary's back!  

BUT MARCHING IN THE RANKS OF FREEDOM WILL!

Rescue missions
The governments and police forces in many countries are corrupt.  Consequently, the Society, as part of its charitable work, works to free these children by organizing and funding missions to rescue them from sweatshops and sex dens.

WHAT CAN I DO?
You can join the ranks of freedom and help these children by:  

  • becoming a member of the Society;

  • making a donation for its charitable purposes; or

  • becoming a volunteer.

The Society receives no government funding.  It relies totally on donations raised from members of the public and on the work of unpaid volunteers.  

Links to the Society's programs:

Society's overseas programs in Africa and Asia


Links to other pages dealing with the Society:

Legal status of the Society

Constitution of the Society

Society's funding

Society's finances

Society's overseas programs in Africa and Asia

Structure of the Society

Society's governance


Links to other Societies:

American Anti-Slavery Society

Australian Anti-Slavery Society


he Society is not

responsible for the content of external internet sites. 

SLAVERY SLAVE
TRADE
HUMAN
SACRIFICE

BONDED
LABOR

HIERODULIC
SERVITUDE

TRAFFICKING

CHILD
LABOR

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