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Reintegration of Survivors


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Episode  ·  20 Plays  ·  47:22  ·  Sep 25, 2022


As we near the end of this season of the MISSING podcast, this episode looks at the process of reintegration and rehabilitation of survivors of human trafficking and the stigma they face in society. Sabina, a trafficking survivor that the Missing Link Trust has worked with, courageously and candidly opens up about her trafficking story, and narrates her experience of being rescued and reintegrated back with her family. Leena also speaks to Priti Patkar, a social worker and human rights activist and the co-founder and director of the NGO Prerana. They tell us more about the reality of escape and rescue operations, the judicial experience, how equipped Child Care Institutions and Government Homes are, what justice means to survivors, the risk of re-trafficking, and how successful reintegration is rooted in dignity and education of society. Trigger Warning: Please note, this episode contains themes and depictions of sexual violence and human trafficking that may be disturbing to listeners. Listener discretion is advised. If you or someone you know needs help, resources and more information about the work of the Missing Link Trust are available at www.savemissinggirls.com. Get in touch with them by sending an email to reachus@savemissinggirls.com. And follow the Missing Link Trust on Instagram & Twitter @missingirls. CREDITS: A podcast series by the Missing Link Trust Host and Executive Producer: Leena Kejriwal Opening Story Narrated by Vidhi Maheshwari Writers: Mae Mariyam Thomas, Devleena Chakraborty & Husein Haveliwala Transcription: Divita Oberoi This is a Maed in India production. Audio Engineer & Editor - Kartik Kulkarni Producer - Mae Mariyam Thomas Assistant Producer - Husein Haveliwala Show Artwork - Alika Gupta Episode Artwork - Bhaswati Bose

47m 22s  ·  Sep 25, 2022

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