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Type of document: Report
Topic: Actions/initiatives/projects
Guidelines
Geographic descriptors: Myanmar
Language: English
Publisher: UN-IAP
Date of publication: 2001
Long Abstract: In cooperation with the IOM and Save the Children UK, the UN-IAP Sub-Mekong Region undertook a three day workshop in March 2001, the main focus of which was the return and reintegration of trafficked women and children. The workshop was a collaborative effort, which underscored the importance of regional and inter-agency approaches in addressing the problem of trafficking. This manual is a draft version based on the first workshop held in Myanmar and is meant for use by those involved in return and reintegration of trafficked women and children. The manual is divided into two main parts: Part 1 comprises general background reading materials for trainers needing information on trafficking and places the later exercises and activities in context. Part 2 comprises the training activities, divided further into 3 sub-sections. Activities in the first sub-section provide some ideas on getting the training started. Activities in the second sub-section are related to a general understanding of trafficking and its prevention. The third sub-section has activities to facilitate the understanding of the process of return and reintegration of the trafficked victim. The training activities are described here in terms of the learning objective, materials needed, time needed, note for the facilitator, steps describing how to implement the activity and handouts for participants. Throughout the manual, participatory techniques such as brainstorming, role-plays, small group discussions, simulations using case studies and a family assessment format are also used as training activities.
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