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A Report of Fact Finding Team on Children Rescued from Zari Industry, Delhi and Restored in Their Families in Various Districts in Bihar

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    A fact-finding mission was undertaken by HAQ: Centre for Child Rights in June 2006 at the request of the Child Welfare Committee, Nirmal Chhaya, Delhi, to follow-up on the children rescued from the Zari industry in June 2005 and January 2006 by Bachpan Bachao Andolan and Bandhua Mukti Morcha respectively. To get information about the traffickers, the practices they adopt for procuring children from the source area and their proximity to the vulnerable families in order to assess the possibilities and threats of children being re-trafficked. The ability of the traffickers to constantly lure young children in the name of better life and opportunities is not unknown. To identify if any services are being provided to the rescued and repatriated children by the Government and Non- Government agencies was yet another objective.

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    Date of creation: Dec 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2342
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