Teachers in Brazil say the anti-slavery movement needs an infusion of fun to motivate children to think about trafficking. So, activists have created an imaginative and playful board game. It’s called Escravo, Nem Pensar! (“Slavery, No Way!”).
To win, players have to eradicate slavery outbreaks, and the game requires children to cooperate rather than compete. It encourages dialogue, reasoning and strategic thinking — the same techniques that community leaders use to combat slavery at Brazilian farms, ranches, mines and factories.
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