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Geographies of post trafficking in Nepal

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This will draw on her most recent project which investigates the opportunities for livelihoods of choice for sexually trafficked women on their return to Nepal. It examines the intersections of sexuality, gender and citizenship in returnees’ livelihood strategies as new democratic processes, supported by national and transnational communities, are unfolding. In Nepal anti-trafficking advocacy is highly visible and through the country’s new Constituent Assembly, fresh debates have arisen that are impinging upon returnee trafficked women. By bringing sexuality and citizenship into dialogue with debates on livelihoods this project is helping to generate a new research and policy paradigm for understanding the relationship between sexuality, gender and development.

This talk is part of the Centre of South Asian Studies Seminars series.

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