REINTEGRATION OF THE NEPALESE GIRLS TRAFFICKING RETURNEES INTO SOCIETY
BeschreibungThe study is meant to investigate the experiences of trafficked girls and women returnees in their reintegration in the Nepalese society.Moreover, the study brings forth in discussion how these experiences have affected the re - construction of self identity of the trafficked returnees. The findings of the study demonstrate that the trafficked returnees have encountered a number of challenges in the reintegration process including domestic violence, sexual and verbal abuses and negative attitude/stereotype, among others. However, despite the challenges, the reintegration has been positive empowering experiences for the trafficked returnees. Through the support programs of the NGOs the trafficked returnees have managed to improve their economic condition, cope with discriminations thereby enhancing their self esteem and self confidence.The study suggests that public awareness on girl trafficking and the protection of the human rights of trafficked returnees are prerequisite for the successful reintegration. The NGOs activities should enable the trafficked returnees to continuously feel empowered by assuring sustainable income.
PortraitShovita Adhikari has a Master Degree in Sociology from Jaawaharlal Nehru Univeristy, India and Master in Comparative Social Work from University of Nordland, Norway. She has many years of work experience in the field of social work.The major areas of her research interest include gender, child protection and human rights.
Untertitel: An Empirical Study of Reconstruction of the Self Identity: "A Matter of Pride or Shame or Both?". Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: VDM Verlag
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2011
Seitenanzahl: 112 Seiten