Post Trafficking in Nepal
Publication with Shakti Samuha
A joint publication with our research partners Shakti Samuha has been published 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: View it on our Publications pages.
Project is graded as ‘Outstanding’ by ESRC Reviewers
Reviewers highlighted the significant impact already achieved as well as the potential for future impact. For example, one Reviewer said:
"The number of outputs/impacts is impressive in scope. The reach of the project impact is impressive, with economic and social impacts on Nepalese grassroots organisations, international NGOs, government and policy/constitution debates and public awareness in Nepal, alongside scientific impact on academic debates globally, and on postgraduate methods training in the UK and Nepal."