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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Program Districts (Dhading and Sindhupalchok) - The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty. Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country. Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives. The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse, mental torture, and inadequate food. The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent. #NEPAN #2018 #TraffickingOfWomen #UnsafeMigration #TraffickingOfWomenAndGirls
Publisher: IOM Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS, FORCED LABOUR, GENDER DISCRIMINATION, EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION, POVERTY, IRREGULAR MIGRANTS, ILLEGALITY, CHILD LABOUR, MIGRATION, TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, GENDER BASED VIOLENCE, VIOLENCE, EMPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT POLICY, EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, EMPLOYMENT SERVICES, WOMEN’S EMPLOYMENT
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Editor: SANJIYA SHRESTHA, Auditor:
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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Program Districts (Dhading and Sindhupalchok) - The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty.Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country. Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives. The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse, mental torture, and inadequate food. The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent. #IOM #GoN #ZontaInternation #UNWomen #NEPAN #2018 #Report
Publisher: IOM Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS, FORCED LABOUR, GENDER DISCRIMINATION, EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION, POVERTY, IRREGULAR MIGRANTS, ILLEGALITY, CHILD LABOUR, MIGRATION, TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Editor: PSANJEL, Auditor:
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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Program Districts(Dhading and Sindhupalchok)-The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty.Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country.Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives.The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse,mental torture, and inadequate food.The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent.
Publisher: GON-ZONTA INTERNATIONAL-UN WOMEN-NEPAN Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS,FORCED LABOUR,DALIT,GENDER DISCRIMINATION,EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION,POVERTY,WOMEN LABOUR,ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS,HUMAN RIGHTS VOILATION,CHILD LABOUR.
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Districts(Dhading and Sindhupalchok)-The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty.Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country.Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives.The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse,mental torture, and inadequate food.The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent.
Publisher: GON-ZONTA INTERNATIONAL-UN WOMEN-NEPAN Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS,FORCED LABOUR,DALIT,GENDER DISCRIMINATION,EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION,POVERTY,WOMEN LABOUR,ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS,HUMAN RIGHTS VOILATION,CHILD LABOUR.
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
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Feeder: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Districts(Dhading and Sindhupalchok)-The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty.Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country.Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives.The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse,mental torture, and inadequate food.The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent.
Publisher: GON-ZONTA INTERNATIONAL-UN WOMEN-NEPAN Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS,FORCED LABOUR,DALIT,GENDER DISCRIMINATION,EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION,POVERTY,WOMEN LABOUR,ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS,HUMAN RIGHTS VOILATION,CHILD LABOUR.
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
PDF | File Size: 1.71 MB   Download
Feeder: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Report on Mapping Study Conducted in Two Districts(Dhading and Sindhupalchok)-The Future We Want- Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal
Abstract:
Nepal is high on the list of countries affected by unsafe migration and human trafficking,especially women and the children are the most vulnerable groups for human trafficking and unsafe migration after the earthquake owing to a drastic change in livelihood and poverty.Vulnerability to the trafficking children and women is higher in those worst affected by the disaster than it is elsewhere in the country.Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot and Dhading districts are the most vulnerable as they were the most affected by the earthquake and as a number of other direct and indirect factors exacerbated their vulnerability. Around 4 percent of the 50 respondents in Sindhupalchok and 2 percent of the 40 respondents in Dhading were responsible for repaying loans and therefore had no option but to work abroad. Around 60 percent and 64 percent from Dhading and Sindhupalchok respectively chose to go overseas to earn money to improve their lives.The study revealed that returnee migrant women workers faced various forms of violence in their workplaces, such as beatings, battering, salary deductions, sexual and physical abuse,mental torture, and inadequate food.The study concludes that poverty and domestic violence are the main reasons women in Dhading and Sindhupalchok seek foreign employment. Because most women are not aware of the government’s rules and regulations, they rely completely on an agent.
Publisher: GON-ZONTA INTERNATIONAL-UN WOMEN-NEPAN Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HUMAN RIGHTS,FORCED LABOUR,DALIT,GENDER DISCRIMINATION,EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION,POVERTY,WOMEN LABOUR,ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS,HUMAN RIGHTS VOILATION,CHILD LABOUR.
Thematic Group:
IOM, (2017)
Thesaurus:
14.02.02 - Human Rights
PDF | File Size: 1.71 MB   Download
Feeder: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Editor: , Auditor:
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