Trafficking and Forced Labour in Nepal: A Review of the Literature

Trafficking and Forced Labour in Nepal: A Review of the Literature

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Trafficking and Forced Labour in Nepal: A Review of the Literature
by Bandita Sijapati, Amrita Limbu & Manisha Khadka
2011, pp. viii+218
ISBN: 978 9937 8421 8 1
US$ 15

This book reviews the current state of knowledge on various aspects of trafficking and forced labour in Nepal. The first part analyses issues related to different forms of labour exploitation. It identifies the main obstacles to addressing associated problems and also highlights some of the best practices, before concluding with recommendations that could help make planned interventions more effective.

The second part consists of a detailed annotated bibliography of 256 books, papers and articles on the subject. It is divided into four broad categories of trafficking, forced labour, migrant labour, and traditional forms of bondage. The authors believe this will serve as a handy resource to both researchers and practitioners.
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Bandita Sijapati is Research Director at the Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility. She has a PhD from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, New York, and a master’s degree from Columbia University.

Amrita Limbu is a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility. She received her master’s degree in South Asian Studies from Pondicherry University, India. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights.

Manisha Khadka is a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Labour and Mobility. She has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Saint Michael’s College, Vermont.

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