Survivors' Perspectives on Successful Reintegration After Trafficking
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This study was carried out in Bangladesh and Cambodia to understand the experience of reintegration among trafficking survivors, what they think constitutes successful reintegration, and what they feel would best support them in their reintegration journeys. The research team conducted in-depth interviews of both male and female survivors1 which focused on the details of survivors’ personal experiences and perceptions of reintegration. All the survivors in this study ended up in trafficking after attempting to migrate for work. This study attempts to recentre the discussion of reintegration around survivors’ experiences as agents in shaping their own lives rather than from the perspective of providing services.
CitationKasper, E. and Chiang, M. (2020) 'Survivors' Perspectives on Successful Reintegration After Trafficking', USAID Counter Trafficking in Persons, Little Rock, AR: Winrock
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