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Human Trafficking Vulnerability Survey – An Experimental Intervention Using Mass Media to Change Norms and Behaviors in Nepal

2019

This third round survey was conducted to explore the impact of different message formats and types on behavioral changes that respondents can make to reduce the risk of human trafficking and support anti trafficking efforts in their communities. The study also assessed the effectiveness of different anti-trafficking formats and message on respondents’ attitudes and beliefs towards human trafficking.

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