El papel de la educación en origen al abordar en la trata de jóvenes nigerianas hacia Europa

  1. Esperanza Jorge Barbuzano
  2. Inmaculada Antolínez
Conocimiento Educativo

ISSN: 2518-8208

Argitalpen urtea: 2019

Alea: 5

Orrialdeak: 69-82

Mota: Artikulua

DOI: 10.5377/CE.V5I0.8075 GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openSarbide irekia editor

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This article is the result of a research project called “People trafficking, integral health and care: cross-border women in transit from Morocco to Andalusia” from Pablo de Olavide University during the year 2014. In Europe and, concretely in Spain, the Nigerian women trafficking increasingly younger and even younger for exploitation purposes - in this case - sexual, is a growing reality. The research, based on a qualitative approach and supported on observations, interviews and Creative Narrative production workshops, analyze the conditions from its origin that influence the trafficking, paying special attention to the role of formal education and; on the other hand, it presents an educative experience between equals. The results show us that in Nigerian trafficking are conditions of multiple vulnerability in origin where the lack of training is an essential factor. On the other side, it highlights the potential that the sensitization between pairs has as an action to create a transformer reflection.