A range of scholars, policy makers and anti-trafficking campaigners benefit from the research, which aims to inform national policies and approaches that go beyond the immediate 'rescue' of returnee trafficked women and combine a focus on livelihoods with the need to address the issues related to their right to citizenship. 

New publication with Shakti
A joint publication with our research partners Shakti Samuha has been accepted for publication in the journal Development in Practice. The paper is entitled 'Co- producing a Post-trafficking Agenda: Collaborating on Transforming Citizenship in Nepal'. An earlier version of this paper is available as a working paper: Click on Publications.