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Children who have been trafficked, separated by conflict, who are living on the streets or/and in alternative care suffer devastating and long-term consequences. Their reintegration to a permanent home with their family is critical to their well-being. Different initiatives are currently being made to bring these children home.

 

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Going Home: Children’s reintegration in Mexico, Moldova and Nepal

Children who have been trafficked, separated by conflict, who are living on the streets or/and in alternative care suffer devastating and long-term consequences. Their reintegration with a family is critical to their well-being. Different initiatives are currently being made to bring these children home. Over the last three years we have explored the experience and…

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Children’s reintegration in Nepal

Going Home: The reintegration of child domestic workers in Nepal This report documents a study of the reintegration of child domestic workers in Nepal. There are an estimated 1.8 million child labourers in Nepal, 361,814 of  whom are child domestic workers. Whilst child domestic work (for children under 16 years) falls under the ‘worst forms of child…

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