Co-producing a post-trafficking agenda: collaborating on transforming citizenship in Nepal

Nina Laurie*, Diane Richardson, Meena Poudel, Shakti Samuha, Janet Townsend

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    Abstract

    This article discusses how a new agenda on post-trafficking is gaining momentum through academic and activist anti-trafficking collaborations focused on co-producing knowledge with women who have returned from trafficking situations. Co-production of this nature is important as the issues raised by post-trafficking scenarios are largely ignored in anti-trafficking strategies, and the stigmatisation and poverty which women in these circumstances encounter means they rarely have a voice in policy-making. Drawing on research in Nepal, we present four types of co-produced data around transforming citizenship post-trafficking, and reflect on the strategies for generating and using them for advocacy purposes.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)465-477
    Number of pages13
    JournalDevelopment in Practice
    Volume25
    Issue number4
    Early online date24 Apr 2015
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 19 May 2015

    Keywords

    • Aid – Capacity development
    • Civil society – Partnership
    • Gender and diversity
    • Governance and public policy
    • Labour and livelihoods – Migration
    • NGOs
    • Rights
    • South Asia

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