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PROGRAMS

Addressing Mental Health Ramifications of Human Trafficking

in Uganda

University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab in collaboration with Rice University's Center for Civic Leadership

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Background

Key recommendations from the Tec de Monterrey team to close the financing gap for women entrepreneurs in the region will be published and with these results, Pro Mujer will be able to integrate all the findings in order to create and adapt programs for the specific needs of women entrepreneurs in Latin America. 

Deliverables and Impact

The Rice fellow will support the organization and delivery of participatory artistic workshops for survivors in the focus country and contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of these workshops through surveys and interviews. The fellow will also facilitate focus group discussions and reflection sessions engaging community members with artistic materials generated by survivors, to understand how ethical artistic works help change people’s perceptions of modern slavery and survivors. The fellow will have the opportunity to facilitate an exhibition of the artistic materials produced by survivors in the project, and contribute to outputs around this work (booklets, briefings, reports, podcasts, etc.).

 

Finally, the program will also utilize focus group discussions and reflection sessions engaging community members with artistic materials generated by survivors, to understand how ethical artistic works help change people’s perceptions of modern slavery and survivors. 

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