Forced Labour: workers are subjected to involuntary servitude for little or no remuneration, by force, fraud or coercion. Many are held captive. Industries that are particularly notorious for using slave labour in their production processes including chocolate, coffee, tea, sweatshop factories in the textiles, clothing and footwear industries, cotton, steel, rubber, tungsten, hand-made rugs, coltan and mobile phones components, and seafood. Brick mills and rock quarries are notorious for keeping slavery alive particularly in India.
Bonded labour or debt bondage is a type of forced labour where a debt is used to exploit or coerce victims. There may be an initial debt as a result of an employment contract, for example for things such as transportation and visa costs of migration, and then other expenses may be added to this over the course of time, and charges may be at such high rates the debt is continually increasing so it is hard to ever get free from it, and the person is trapped. Bonded labour is also a common practice in forced labour, and in places like South Asia, debts may be inherited, that keep families trapped in slavery type arrangements for a number of generations.