Child slavery

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Photograph of a slave boy in the Sultanate of Zanzibar. 'An Arab master's punishment for a slight offence.' c. 1890.
Because handling the small knots requires small hands, carpet-weaving is often done by children. This is a case of child labor

Child slavery the fact that children are made slaves, or they are made to work like slaves. Even though slavery has been made illegal, child slavery is still a problem in many developing countries. Many children have to live and work in slave-like conditions. Another problem is that children are being trafficked.

Some children are recruited to serve as child soldiers in wars, others are forcibly being married as children.Apart from the aspect that children have to work like adults, some are being forced to work as prostitutes.