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Statement of May 10, 2018: When can we celebrate the abolition of the treaty of human beings and contemporary forms of slavery?

Tuesday 8 May 2018

On Thursday, May 10, 2018, we celebrate the thirteenth day of commemoration of the memory of the treaty, slavery and its abolitions. The 2001 Taubira’s law confirmed the French Republic’s willingness to condemn these crimes, crimes against humanity. It is thus a memory absent from the national narrative for a long time, that of the victims of a trafficking which lasted four centuries, is taught in the school, diffused and protected by the State and the civil society.

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