Learning from Life Story Collection and Analysis With Children Who Work in the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Nepal
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The CLARISSA Nepal team collected and analysed 400 life stories of children and young people engaged in or affected by the worst forms of child labour (WFCL), particularly in the “Adult Entertainment” sector in Nepal, which includes children working in Dohoris (restaurants playing folk music), dance bars, spa-massage parlours, khaja ghars (tea/snack shop) and guest houses. Stories were also collected from children in CLARISSA’s focus neighbourhoods, children in this category include street connected children and those working in transportation, party palaces, domestic labour and construction sites. Of the 400 stories collected, 350 were collected by adult researchers and 50 were collected by children themselves.
CitationKarki, S.; Apgar, M.; Snijder, M. and Sharma, R. (2022) Learning from Life Story Collection and Analysis With Children Who Work in the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Nepal, CLARISSA Learning Note 2, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI:10.19088/CLARISSA.2022.007
Is part of seriesCLARISSA Learning Note;2
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