Resource Information Guide to Human Trafficking Systems through Forced Marriages

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Source: 
South Asian Women's Centre (SAWC)
Date: 
2012
Category: 
1|Services
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
This is a tool kit for service providers to help victims and survivors of forced marriages and human trafficking. The project examines the intersectionality of Forced Marriage and Human Trafficking (FMHT), in order to develop best practices for assisting survivors. It explores Human Trafficking and Forced Marriage as part of the framework of domestic violence both before and after marriage. The main aim of the project was to develop a training curriculum for service providers and front line staff to assist survivors of FMHT and a survivor’s guide. Through funding from the Law Foundation of Ontario, brochures have been produced to assist survivors in the same five South Asian languages: Bangladeshi, Hindi, Tamil, Punjabi and Urdu.
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Guide only available in English.

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