Occasional PapersPublished on Dec 02, 2015 PDF Download
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Home Enquiry and the Rehabilitation of Trafficking Survivors

Human traffcking remains a highly acute issue in India and rehabilitation efforts must be stepped up to make sure that those rescued from these hazardous situations are given a chance to rejoin mainstream society. However, various loopholes exist in the judicial and executive processes involved in the country’s rehabilitation systems. This paper describes such problems evident in the process of home enquiry for the rescued victims: fraught with errors and subject to negligence, the process often leads to unfavourable decisions for rehabilitation. The authors examine these concerns and other recommendations.

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