Examples of Enslavement in a sentence
Cherif Bassiouni, Enslavement as an International Crime, 23 N.Y.U. J.
Enslavement Article 112 (1) Whoever, in violation of international law, brings another person into slavery or a similar condition, or keeps another person in such a condition, or buys, sells or delivers another person to a third party, or brokers the buying, selling or delivery of another person, or urges another person to sell his freedom or the freedom of the person he supports or looks after, shall be sentenced to imprisonment between one and ten years.
Enslavement, a “debasement more eternal than apocalypse,” is but the beginning of relations, and Glissant aptly centers the Caribbean as a site through which to examine the multiple and overlapping ways that modernity connects and disconnects peoples across the globe.
Enslavement is to be understood as “the exercise of any or all of the powers attaching to the right of ownership over a person and includes the exercise of such power in the course of trafficking in persons, in particular women and children”.
Park, Broken Silence: Redressing the Mass Rape and Sexual Enslavement of Asian Women by the Japanese Government in an Appropriate Forum, 3 ASIAN-PAC.
Enslavement no longer revolves around legal ownership, but rather around illegal control.
She further notes that, when Native peoples were granted certain rights of citizenshipafier their defeat in King Philip’s war, colonial courts used laws such as the Body of Liberties to enslave them through “the sentencing of Indians to terms of servitude and even slavery as punishment for crime and debt.” See Brethren by Nature, 6, 11, 53–58, and “To be sold ‘in any part of ye kings Dominyons’: Judicial Enslavement of New England Indians,” chap.
Crimes against humanity: - Forced Marriage, an inhumane act of a character similar to the acts set out in the Article 7(1)(a)- (j), pursuant to Article 7(1)(k) of the Statute; - Torture pursuant to Article 7(1)(f) of the Statute; - Rape pursuant to Article 7(1)(g) of the Statute; - Sexual Slavery pursuant to Article 7(1)(g) of the Statute; - Enslavement pursuant to 7(1)(c) of the Statute.
Declaration of the first Abuja Pan-African Conference on Reparations for African Enslavement, Colonization and Neo-Colonization, sponsored by The Organization of African Unity and its Reparations Commission April 27-29, 1993, Abuja, Nigeria.
Enslavement at South Kivu mining sites” (Washington, D.C., 2013).