Rights Lab, University of Nottingham
November 30, 2018
The Rights Lab conducted qualitative research on effective, evidence-based practices in commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) protection areas of repatriation, rehabilitation, and reintegration in Bangladesh and India. Rights Lab consolidated good practices on victim care policies and procedures to develop reference materials for service providers. The study involved semi-structured interviews with representatives of NGOs and United Nations (UN) agencies in India and Bangladesh. The study also included a literature review, and analysis of legislative and policy frameworks concerning rehabilitation and reintegration CSE survivors in both countries.
About Rights Lab
Rights Lab is the world’s largest group of modern slavery researchers, and home to many leading modern slavery experts. Through our five research programmes, we deliver new and cutting-edge research that provides rigorous data, evidence and discoveries for the global antislavery effort. Our impact team provides an interface between the Rights Lab research programmes and civil society, business and government, and our INSPIRE project elevates survivor-informed research as a key part of knowledge production to help end slavery.