1 In the 19th century a person was considered a slave if another individual exercised power or control over the slave to restrain his or her personal liberty (Liberty, Right to, International Protection) and to dispose of the slave’s labour against his or her will, without lawful authority (see also Forced Labour/Slave Labour). The Slavery Convention of 1926 (‘Convention’) refined in its Art. 1 (1) the 19th century definition, designating slavery as ‘the status or condition of a person over whom any or all of the powers attaching to the right of ownership are...
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