Exploring Migrant Survivors’ Remittance Needs in the United States

Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking FAST (2024). Exploring Migrant Survivors’ Remittance Needs in the United States. United Nations University.

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    Remittance_Needs_Insight_Brief_ENGLISH.pdf survivor remittance needs.pdf application/pdf 668.43KB
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    Author Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking FAST
    Title Exploring Migrant Survivors’ Remittance Needs in the United States
    Publication Date 2024-03-01
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 14
    Language eng
    Abstract This brief is part of a package of work to extend Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking’s Survivor Inclusion Initiative so it can address the diverse range of financial services that meet the financial inclusion needs of survivors and help them rebuild their financial lives. The Appendix of this report provides insight into the global landscape of remittance services and the interconnection between migrant vulnerability and modern slavery. The pilot focused on the remittance needs of migrant survivors who, in addition to the barriers outlined, can also experience challenges accessing financial services due to, for instance, language, literacy, living in isolated communities, and anxieties dealing with authorities.
    UNBIS Thesaurus ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
    REMITTANCES
    TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
    SLAVERY
    Keyword Modern slavery
    Human trafficking
    Finance
    Remittances
    Migration
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2024
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280866247
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