Reducing poverty and upholding human rights: A pragmatic approach

@article{Poudel2002ReducingPA,
  title={Reducing poverty and upholding human rights: A pragmatic approach},
  author={Meena Poudel and Ines A. Smyth},
  journal={Gender \& Development},
  year={2002},
  volume={10},
  pages={80 - 86}
}
Trafficking in women is increasing in many countries around the world. This global problem is now well recognised by policy makers and aid agencies committed to poverty reduction in all its forms. This paper considers how Oxfam GB perceives the problem of trafficking of women in the context of its approach to poverty. It illustrates this position through a case study of a young woman whose human rights were violated through the process of trafficking, and provides examples of projects and… Expand
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