Dr Runa Lazzarino started investigating post-trafficking life in 2010. She is currently a research fellow at the University of Nottingham on a project on post-slavery mental health. Previously, she was visiting fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies at UCL. Runa is supervising an intervention in Mumbai which provides a group of shelterised trafficking survivors marketable and creative skills, assessing their impact on the beneficiaries’ wellbeing.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryFreeloaders, blackmailers and lost souls: rescued sex trafficking survivors in the hands of the assistance
Women rescued from traumatic experiences need empathy and emotional support. Too often, what they receive instead is...