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Rescuing Child Labourers - An Analysis of the Operation Undertaken to Rescue Children Trafficked to Labour in the Jewellery Units in Karnataka

Rescuing Child Labourers - An Analysis of the Operation Undertaken to Rescue Children Trafficked to Labour in the Jewellery Units in Karnataka

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This report by EQUATIONS and APSA is a documentation of the raid and rescue operation undertaken to rescue 104 children from the residential, small - scale jewellery units of Nagarathpet, Bangalore, in Karnataka. These children had been trafficked from the rural districts of West Bengal. Based on this experience, a framework for conducting rescue operations in a child sensitive manner involving various stakeholders was devised. The report invites greater reflection on the prevailing methodology for rescue and post- rescue operations in addition giving clear guidelines with in-built monitoring mechanisms for effective rehabilitation of child labourers.

Publisher: Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS)
Contact: info@equitabletourism.org , +91.80.25457607
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Keywords: Child Labour, Child Trafficking, Rescue Operation, Jewellery Units, Karnataka, West Bengal, India, Tourism Impacts, Tourism, EQUATIONS
This report by EQUATIONS and APSA is a documentation of the raid and rescue operation undertaken to rescue 104 children from the residential, small - scale jewellery units of Nagarathpet, Bangalore, in Karnataka. These children had been trafficked from the rural districts of West Bengal. Based on this experience, a framework for conducting rescue operations in a child sensitive manner involving various stakeholders was devised. The report invites greater reflection on the prevailing methodology for rescue and post- rescue operations in addition giving clear guidelines with in-built monitoring mechanisms for effective rehabilitation of child labourers.

Publisher: Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS)
Contact: info@equitabletourism.org , +91.80.25457607
Visit: www.equitabletourism.org, http://www.equitabletourism.org/stage/readfull.php?AID=1016

Keywords: Child Labour, Child Trafficking, Rescue Operation, Jewellery Units, Karnataka, West Bengal, India, Tourism Impacts, Tourism, EQUATIONS

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Published by: Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS) on Dec 17, 2010
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RESCUINGCHILDLABOURERS
An Analysis of the operationundertaken to rescue childrentrafficked to labour in the jewellery units in Karnataka
 With support from
   R   E   S   C   U   I   N   G    C   H   I   L   D    L   A   B   O   U   R   E   R   S
 
Every child brings with it the hope that God is not yet disappointed with man
 Rabindranath Tagore
EQUITABLE TOURISM OPTIONS(EQUATIONS) ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTINGSOCIAL ACTION (APSA)
 Executed By
 With support from UNIFEM, South Asia Regional Office and USAID
Rescuing Child Labourers
 An analysis of the operation undertaken to rescue childrentrafficked to labour in the jewellery units of Karnataka
2004
 
Rescuing Child Labourers
 An analysis of the operation undertaken to rescuechildren trafficked to labour in the jewellery units of Karnataka© 2003 EQUATIONS, APSA, UNIFEMISBN 1-932827-02-1
Cover page and illustrations are based on images painted bythe rescued children as part of recreational activities duringtheir stay at APSA
Cover Page Design: Smriti ChanchaniLayout Design: Vinay Chandran
 No part of this document may be reproduced without due acknowledgement
EQUITABLE TOURISM OPTIONS (EQUATIONS)23/25, 8th Cross, Vignan Nagar,New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore- 560 075.Telefax: +91-80-524 4988 / 534 4149Email: equations1@vsnl.com ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTING SOCIAL ACTION (APSA)No. 34, Annasandrapalya, Vimanapura Post,Bangalore  560 017Telephone: +91-80-523 1719 / 523 2749Email: apsabangalore@vsnl.com
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UNIFEM is the womens fund at the United Nations. It provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programmes and strategies that promote womens human rights, political participation and economic security. UNIFEM works in partnershipwith UN organizations, governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and networks to promote gender equality. Itlinks womens issues and concerns to national, regional and global agendas, by fostering collaboration and providing technicalexpertise on gender mainstreaming and womens empowerment strategies.The views expressed in this publication are those of those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of UNIFEM,the United Nations or any of its affiliated organizations.

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