This chart shows Global Slavery Index around the world.
What is the Global Slavery Index?
The Global Slavery Index is an annual ranking of slavery conditions in countries
The 2014 Global Slavery Index presents a ranking of 167 countries based on the percent of a country’s population that is estimated to be in modern slavery. This year GSI have also ranked countries based on what actions their governments are taking to end modern slavery.
This index also analysed the contextual factors that make people vulnerable to modern slavery.
In 2014, the Global Slavery Index examines the relative vulnerability of the population in individual countries to modern slavery, based on an analysis of data across five dimensions:
National policies to combat modern slavery.
The availability of human rights protections in a country.
The level of economic and social development in a country.
The level of state stability in a country.
The extent of women’s rights and levels of discrimination in a country.