ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Unspoken Voices of Trafficked Women and Children in Manipur

This study is an outcome of the University Grants Commission Major Research Project (2012–14) in Manipur. This research was aided by Mala Lisham of the Childline India Foundation, Radhapyari of Environment and Economic Management Association, and K Maharabi of United Voluntary Youth Council at Imphal, Manipur. Members of these organisations provided information about community leaders, lists of the villages, towns, and districts of the rescued victims with whom they had interacted, and helped trace and interview the victims.

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