Estimating Trafficking of Myanmar Women for Forced Marriage and Child-bearing in China

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Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Courtland Robinson

1. To estimate the number of women and girls from Myanmar trafficked to China for forced marriage and child-bearing disaggregated by age, geographical region, and other demographic characteristics (socioeconomic status, educational attainment, ethnicity, religion, etc.); 2. To generate profiles of the “typical” victim and the common vulnerability factors and pathways leading to trafficking; 3. To generate profiles of the “typical” victim and the common vulnerability factors and pathways leading to trafficking; and 4. To generate profiles of the “typical” victim and the common vulnerability factors and pathways leading to trafficking


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