Despite increased awareness on child trafficking, there are “startling inconsistencies” between the policy commitments and on-the-ground realities for rehabilitation of child labourers across the three northern Indian States of Rajasthan, Bihar and Delhi, says a new study conducted by  the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights.

The study, released end of July covered the trafficking source State of Bihar, the transit State of Delhi, and the trafficking destination State of Rajasthan. Titled “Is This Protection?,” the study was conducted by Harvard University’s FXB Centre for Health and Human Rights. [read full article.]