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Twenty-year-old Anoyara Khatun from Sandeshkhali near the Sunderbans in West Bengal has just returned from a UN session in New York where she was on a panel discussion on adolescent health. A victim of trafficking herself, she got involved in child rights, gender and anti-trafficking issues after being rescued from Delhi in 2006. In an interview with The Tribune, she narrates her experiences and her journey post-rescue.

Click here to read the full story on The Tribune.

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