Forced Marriage as a Form of Human Trafficking Resource Guide - Revised

Version imprimable
Source: 
South Asian Women's Centre (SAWC)
Date: 
2014
Category: 
1|Services
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
In September 2012, the South Asian Women’s Centre launched the Human Trafficking Guide and Toolkit which was titled R.I.G.H.T.S.F.M. The resource guide was updated in 2014 and is meant to serve as a guide for front-line workers and other stakeholders assisting clients facing these issues. Accompanying the original Resource Guide was also a Survivors Guide and brochures in five South Asian languages to help victims/survivors identify and seek support from the list of resources provided. This Guide is intended to assist service providers in helping South Asian survivors of domestic violence through the means of forced marriage and human trafficking. It is meant to be used as a supplement to existing literature on forced marriage and human trafficking. This guide is aimed at helping service providers understand the intricacies around forced marriage and human trafficking in the South Asian context.
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Guide only available in English.

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