'Trafficked' Identities as a barrier to community reintegration: Five stories of women re-building lives and resisting categorisation
|Organisation:||Self-Empowerment Program for Migrant Women (SEPOM)|
|About the Project:||
The returnee migrant women of SEPOM speak about their experiences in Japan, the burden of becoming the family’s breadwinner, the stigma linked to migration and sex work, and their difficulties upon return in Thailand, while also celebrating their strength and generosity in the face of discrimination.
|Download the full report|