Results of community integration of Vietnamese women trafficked across borders return


  • Trinh Ha My, Luu Song Ha, Duong Thi Thoan


community integration, community integration outcomes, women trafficked across borders, Vietnam


Research on community integration results of Vietnamese women who have been trafficked overseas will be done in 2021 using a quantitative design utilizing a questionnaire survey method on 470 trafficked women returning to 5 border regions of Vietnam. Research results have shown that returning Vietnamese women trafficked across the border have relatively high social integration results. The results of community integration connected to legal concerns of identity and safety are the highest, and the outcomes of community integration related to vocational training and interactions with others are the lowest. The results of the One-Way ANOVA test show that there are differences in the results of community integration among Vietnamese women who have been trafficked across borders and returned in different dimensions: ethnicity, marital status, and age, trafficked for the trade, and the number of years spent abroad due to the trafficking. Age, educational achievement, and the number of years back to live in Vietnam are not characteristics that make a difference in the social inclusion outcomes of Vietnamese women who have been trafficked abroad.