Emotional needs of women post-rescue from sex trafficking in India

@article{daSilva2019EmotionalNO,
  title={Emotional needs of women post-rescue from sex trafficking in India},
  author={Irani Machado da Silva and Anuradha Sathiyaseelan},
  journal={Cogent Psychology},
  year={2019},
  volume={6}
}
Abstract Sex trafficking has persisted a social crime that maintains its status despite being unlawful. Since it prevails, there is a need to investigate it to understand the effects and consequences of the same on the survivors. The current study aims to understand the emotional needs of survivors post-rescue from sex trafficking living in aftercare homes in India and to look into survivors’ suggestions post-rescue to NGOs, society, family, government and police. It included ten survivors from… 
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