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New Delhi: Survivors of bonded labour and child labour in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are bondage education in need of a decent income and freedom from debt, and believe that choice of work and self-representation are critical to their sustained liberation, a new study says. It aimed to assess the realities of liberation for survivors of human trafficking, and whether this liberation can last. The study evaluates the findings of 88 semi-structured interviews with survivors of trafficking in Bihar and UP.

Of the respondents, 68 were men and 20, women, while 55 of the participants were above 18 years and 33 were children. The individuals interviewed were victims of debt bondage, forced labour and extremely exploitative child labour.

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Choice in terms of labour is what 18 per cent of the adults said when asked what freedom meant to them, whereas for 16 per cent, a decent income or freedom from debt contributed to the feeling of overall freedom. Among children, 20 per cent said that education or the opportunity to learn a vocation was their idea of freedom, while 13 per cent said they saw freedom in being able to play with friends and 11 per cent said that having enough of an income would help them to feel free. The report stated that the most common thread across the interviews was that survivors still needed more financial support to pay for land, build or bondage education adequate housing, start businesses, pay for weddings and buy equipment such as irrigation pumps and sewing machines.

The survivors also said they would like to be in a position to save money, bondage education to have some financial security. Among the children, 31 per cent hope for decent work in the future, and 23 per cent want a good education. Also read: Anti-trafficking Bill has scope for confusion. India needs free, fair, non-hyphenated and questioning journalism even more as it faces multiple crises. But the news media is in a crisis of its own.

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