Supporting Female Care Workers Who Have Been Sexually Abused
This manual, which is a result of scientific semi-structured interviews, has been designed to train educators in the psychosocial support of female domestic workers who have been sexually abused within the working environment. It provides information and methodological interventions for strengthening the capacity of migrant care workers to cope with, and fight against, sexual exploitation and abuse, by training them to recognize sexual harassment signs from their employers or other family members, fostering the importance of speaking openly about the incident, and practising healthy coping strategies to get through.
- CategoryMethodologies and pedagogical approaches
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